World Food Day 2021: This scheme of Modi government was very helpful for the poor in the Corona epidemic. Today world food day history and importance

World Food Day 2021: This scheme of Modi government was very helpful for the poor in Corona epidemic

World Food Day is being celebrated across the country today

World Food Day 2021: Today there are many people across the country who lose their lives every day due to hunger. World Food Day is being celebrated across the country today. It is celebrated every year on this day i.e. 16 October. The most important purpose of celebrating World Food Day is to help people suffering from starvation. Also, making people aware about food or food.

During the corona virus epidemic, there were many people who did not even have bread for one time. During that time one nation-one ration card scheme from the government (One Nation One Ration) Under this, a target was set to benefit 67 crore people in 23 states of the country. This year’s Food Day theme (Our actions are our future- Better production, better nutrition, a better environment and a better life) Our work is our future – better production, better nutrition, better environment and better life.

On this occasion, Union Minister Shobha Karnadalje tweeted that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has strengthened India’s food security with his far-reaching steps like One Nation-One Ration Card scheme. And has inspired lakhs of people to get free food grains through PM Garib Anna Kalyan Yojana. He further wrote that, many reforms have been done to help our Annadata.

History of World Food Day?

World Food Day was established by the member countries of the Food and Agriculture Organization in November 1979 at the 20th General Conference. Dr. Paul Romani, a member of the Hungarian delegation and the then Minister of Agriculture and Food, played a key role in the 20th General Conference of the AFO. The idea of ​​launching World Food Day across the world was proposed. Since then, World Food Day is celebrated every year in more than 150 countries.

Why is World Food Day celebrated?

In today’s time there are many people living below the poverty line. Those who have to wander for food, but despite this increased difficulties, they get a balanced diet. Due to which many people become victims of malnutrition, and they die. That is why it is very important to think about such people. The main objective of World Food Day is to make people aware about food.