Haryana sets up India’s first ‘Grain ATM’ in Gurugram

Gurugram (Haryana), July 15 (ANI): Haryana government has set up India’s first ‘Grain ATM’ as a pilot project in Gurugram. The ‘Grain ATM’ will provide relief to the consumers who wait in long queues to get their ration outside the shops. The grain machine is equipped with biometric system with a touch screen. “All complaints regarding long queues, time and accurate measurement of ration from government shops will be resolved. The beneficiaries can use ration cards or fingerprints to use it,” said Food Inspector Sube Singh to ANI.

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