On World Food Day – A starving village

15% of India's 1.2 billion people, which amounts to 180 million people, still don’t get enough food each day (Source: International Food Policy Research Institute).
The ration is not being distributed to Lakshmipur village in Bihar and all that the villagers hope for is some subsidised food, which is a right for people living below the poverty line under the Food Security Act.

Please call the SDO on +91-9473191377 and demand that ration be distributed in Lakshmipur panchayat. 

Reena Devi reports from Lakshmipur, Katihar, Bihar for IndiaUnheard.
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