Maharashtra Atal Aahar Yojana has been started by the Chief Minister Mr. Devendra Fadnavis on Thursday 7th March 2019. Maharashtra Food Scheme for Construction Workers will serve good Quality & hygienic food at subsidized rates. The beneficiary of Maharashtra Atal Aahar Yojana will get a meal at Rs 5 only. Maharashtra Government will implement Atal Aahaar Yojana in Phase wise manner & In the First Phase of Scheme government will start with 20,000 workers.
Maharashtra Food For Construction Workers
The state government of Maharashtra is already providing a number of benefits to Construction Workers under different welfare schemes. Now with The primary focus of providing nutritious food to construction workers and to transform the lives of laborers state govt. has started Atal Aahar Yojana 2019. The govt. will provide good quality food to construction workers at a nominal cost of just Rs. 5. This scheme will help in providing better nutrition to the Construction workers.
About Maharashtra Atal Aahar Yojana
|Scheme Name||Maharashtra Atal Aahar Yojana 2019|
|Launched by||CM Mr. Devendra Fadnavis|
|Launched Date||7th March 2019|
|Category||State govt. scheme|
|Department||Construction Workers Welfare Board|
|Objective||To Provide good Quality hygienic food.|
Key Factors of Atal Aahar Yojana 2019
- The scheme will be implemented in Phase wise manner.
- In the first phase, 20,000 workers will get benefits of the scheme.
- Food will be given at the nominal Price rate of Rs. 5.
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Eligibility for Atal Aahar Yojana
- Your Minimum age should be 18 years
- Candidate should be registered under the Construction Workers Welfare Board
- ID Proof
How To Apply for Maha Atal Aahar Yojana
The Construction workers who want to avail the benefits of Maharashtra Atal Aahar Scheme 2019, first of all, they have registered themselves at the Construction Workers Welfare Board. The labor welfare Board will automatically all registered construction workers under the scheme. Till now there are 10 lakh laborers registered with the Labor Board of the state.