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5th June - The Hindu Editorial - Part-4(in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
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  1. OPED Available, accessible, but not stable The rot in rehabilitation Available, accessible, but not stable S. UBHODEEP

  2. National Food Security Act addresses issues of access, availability and utilisation, it is largely silent on the issue of stability. Right to food is a well established principle of international human rights law. .Obligation for state parties to respect, protect, and fulfil their citizens' right to food security. .4 dimensions: access, availability, utilisation and stability. As a state party to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the InternationalCovenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, India has the obligation to ensure the right to be free from hunger and the right to adequate food. befreefrom hunger and the rnto UBHODEEP


  4. Post-Independence situation of Food Securit Bengal famine 1974, the World Food Conference defined food security primarily in terms of production- as the "availability at all times of adequate world food supplies." Green Revolution to boost food production dramatic increases in rice and wheat production devastating environmental impact UBHODEEP

  5. 1980s Supreme Court dramatically expanded the ambit of rights that citizens could claim against the state. While no explicit 'right to food' could be made out, there was an increased mention of food as being among a cluster of basic rights integral to human dignity 1990s shift of the frame from the problem of availability to the problem of access OIndia had transformed from a food deficit nation to a food surplus one UBHODEEP

  6. in spite of ample quantities of grain, and a variety of government efforts such as the Public Distribution System, people were dying of starvation because they were unable to physically or financially (or both) reach this food 1996, the World Food Summit stated that food security was achieved "when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food." 2013 National Food Security Act (NFSA), which has been lauded for guaranteeing a quantitative "right to food" to all Indians. Criteria- restrict the right to 75% of the Indian population. claim under the Act would not be available in times of "war, flood, drought, fire, cyclone or earthquake UBHODEEP

  7. Other provisions agrarian reforms, public health and sanitation, and decentralised procurement, but they make no mention of the need to reconsider fundamental assumptions about our agricultural systems and look at food security in a more comprehensive manner UBHODEEP

  8. Concerns: NFSA predominantly mentions just rice and wheat, and that too for only some citizens, this has worrying implications. NFSA silent on the issue of stability of food supplies Climate Change Vulnerability- need to frame a "third generation" food security law and recognise and mainstream issues including increasing natural disasters and climate adaptation. UBHODEEP

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