Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma’s announcement of ‘Anna Sewa Saptah’ has paid off, as in the first week of the programme, over one lakh recipients received critical food grains throughout the state. The food security effort has demonstrated remarkable results in districts like Kamrup (Metro), Majuli, and Hojai, where 98.73%, 98.58%, and 98.02% of the populace have received their allotted food grains.
CM Himanta Biswa Sarma’s ‘Anna Sewa Saptah’ programme has effectively provided food grains to more than one lakh recipients throughout Assam in its first week of implementation. The programme, which aims to improve food security and support ration card holders, has taken off and performed admirably in a number of districts.
The best-performing districts are Kamrup (Metro), Majuli, and Hojai, with remarkable percentages of 98.73%, 98.58%, and 98.02%, respectively, showing a widespread and effective distribution of food grains to those in need.
In the first week of “Anna Sewa Saptah,” 96% of Assamese ration card holders are said to have benefited from the programme. This large proportion shows that the programme was successful in reaching a sizable fraction of the target audience.
The programme has acquired an amazing 1.10 metric tonnes of food grains in just nine days since its inception, demonstrating the scope and effectiveness of the distribution procedure. This swift and thorough acquisition demonstrates the Assamese government’s dedication to meeting the dietary requirements of its people.
On social media platform X, CM Himanta Biswa Sarma commemorated the achievement and expressed his happiness with “Anna Sewa Saptah’s” broad appeal. In a tweet, he added, “In yet another major milestone, over 1 lakh ration card holders across the state have received food grains in the first Anna Sewa Saptah.”