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19 April, 2015 20:26 IST

Source: rss | 19-Apr-15
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The Finance Minister P. Chidambaram has set apart an amount of Rs 100 billion, over and above the normal provision for food subsidy, towards the incremental cost that is likely under the National Food Security Act.

Presenting the budget of 2013-14 in Lok Sabha today, the Finance Minister hoped that the National Food Security Bill will be passed by Parliament as early as possible as Food Security is as much a basic human right as the right to education or the right to health care.

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