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Which problem crept up in the functioning of the ration shops?


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Problems crept up in the functioning of the ration shops, such as:
(i) The quality of the rationed articles issued to the poor is much less than what it should be.
(ii) Some of the ration shop dealers resort to malpractices.
(iii) Some of the ration shop dealers sell only poor quality of grains.
(iv) Some dealers do not open their shops regularly and the poor people can not draw their ration quota timely.
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