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PDS: food security on politics of food


, : PDS: food security on politics of food. Bihar Journal of Agricultural Marketing 4(4): 393-395

The public distribution system (PDS) in India covers 560 million people through 135 million card holders and distributes nearly 10% of total food grain production through its large network of fair price shops (FPSs). This study examines the working of the PDS at the national level.

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