The Delhi authorities is “misleading” the Supreme Court on the “one nation, one ration card” (ONORC) scheme, the Centre advised the court docket on Monday amid the row over the doorstep supply of meals rations within the nationwide capital.
The Centre stated the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) authorities has applied the scheme solely in a single a part of town and never in all areas.
Last Friday, the Supreme Court had stated states and union territories should implement the “one nation, one ration card” scheme because it permits migrant staff to get ration on the place of their work in different states as properly the place their ration playing cards will not be registered.
Pointing out that the scheme goals to empower all migrants to entry their meals grains from any ration store anyplace within the nation by utilizing their current ration card with biometric authentication, authorities advised the court docket that Assam, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh and Delhi haven’t applied the scheme.
The court docket had taken up the problem of issues and miseries of migrant labourers and had questioned the Centre for not placing up a nationwide portal for registering staff within the unorganised sector and had reserved its orders.
Earlier this month, the Centre blocked a doorstep meals rations supply scheme that Delhi stated would profit 72 lakh individuals previous the financial hardship – lack of jobs and wages – because of the lockdown. After hitting out on the Centre, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to hunt his assist in overturning the centre’s choice.
The Centre has been accusing the AAP authorities of hyperlinks to the “ration mafia”.
On Sunday, the Delhi authorities stated it has offered meals grains to over 4.5 lakh individuals who didn’t have ration card underneath a brand new scheme within the capital. Starting from June 5, the scheme permits those that do not have a ration card to avail 5 kilogram of meals grains by displaying their Aadhaar card.