Government should make more policies for this
the policies which are already there must be implemented
pds system should be properly followed
tpds and rpds should be followed properly
government should ensure whether these policies are properly
               implemented without any discrimination

India's food security policy has a laudable objective to ensure availability of foodgrains to the common people at an affordable price and it has enabled the poor to have access to food where none existed. The policy has focused essentially on growth in agriculture production (once India used to import foodgrains) and on support price for procurement and maintenance of rice and wheat stocks. The responsibility for procuring and stocking of foodgrains lies with the FCI and for distribution with the public distribution system (PDS).