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While launching India's first supplementary nutritional food programme aiming to reach about 40 lakh poor beneficiaries through the framework of Anganwadi, Chief Minister Shri Narendrabhai Modi describe it as an unique movement sure to free children and pregnant women from the problem of malnutrition.

Women and Child Welfare Department has announced a battle against malnutrition where under Integrated Child Development Programme, beneficiaries will be given ready to cook, pre-mix food containing micronutrients that can prepare more than 70 items including Sukhadi, Shira, Upma and Balbhog, right at their doorstep through 44789 Anganwadis of the State.

State Government has made a provision of Rs 730 cr for the nutritional food programme and Rs 150 cr for girls summing Rs 896 cr. Chief Minister today made a token distribution of supplementary nutritional food to the beneficiaries.

Chief Minister lauded the works of women workers of Anagnwadi. He said that luxury of fast food is limited to riches but ready to cook pack will prove as a nutritional alternative for poor mothers and children.

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PM greets people of Sikkim on their Statehood Day
May 16, 2021
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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has greeted the people of Sikkim on their Statehood Day.

In a tweet, the Prime Minister said, "Statehood Day greetings to the people of Sikkim. This state is blessed with rich natural beauty and is home to warm-hearted people. Sikkim has made great strides in areas like organic farming. Praying for the state’s continuous growth and for the good health of it’s citizens."