A public distribution shop, also known as fair price shop (FPS), is a part of India's public system established by the Government of India which distributes rations at a subsidized price to the poor. Locally these are known as ration shops and public distribution shops, and chiefly sell wheat, rice and sugar at a price lower than the market price called Issue Price. Other essential commodities may also be sold. To buy items one must have a ration card. FAIR PRICE SHOPS - The Public Distribution System is implemented through 33,222 fair price shops functioning under the various agenciesSelect District and submit to get the list .
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