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Default TOP 10 Interesting story on the food journey of Fatehgarh District Jail

What kind of food is served?
  • “Every day different types of food is served to the inmates. Among the pulses, arhar, masoor, chana and urad are served to the inmates on a rotational basis,” Kumar said.
  • “For breakfast, on two days chana (gram) is served, on two days pav-roti are served and on 3 days dalia (porridge) is served,” he said, adding that different types of daals (pulses) are served in different meals.
  • “As far as Sundays are concerned, on the first, third and last in the evening poori, sabji and halwa are served. On the second Sunday, kadhi-chawal is served, ” he said.
Who cooks the food?

At present, there are as many as 1,144 inmates, who are lodged in the district jail and 30-35 of them engage in cooking. “The inmates who are engaged in making food, cook the food while wearing aprons in a hygienic condition as seen in various restaurants. Efforts are made to ensure that those who cook food, have their nails and hair cut,” the jailor said.


Here are 5 more points for this interesting story on the food journey of Fatehgarh District Jail:
  1. Cooking has also taken a paradigm shift in the jail with roti machines, dough-kneading machines and vegetable cutting machines replacing the conventional methods of cooking.
  2. Every day the cooked food is checked, Kumar said and claimed that the inmates are satisfied with the food which is served to them.
  3. When asked whether anything special was cooked on the occasion of Independence Day, Kumar said, “Special feast (bada khana) was organised, and the District Magistrate served food to the first batch. The jail staff and inmates ate together.”
  4. Jail Superintendent Bheemsain Mukund, while recalling the journey to the coveted certificate, told PTI that he joined the jail on November 17, 2021.
  5. “In March, we got the FSSAI licence, then there was a third-party audit in May, and in August we got the certificate. The parameters on the basis of which, we got the certificate will be maintained,” Mukund added.
About Farrukhabad:
  • In a rather positive piece of news, the food served to the over 1,100 inmates lodged in the district jail Fatehgarh of Uttar Pradesh has undergone a tasty makeover, and received a “five-star” rating from the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI). “District Jail Fatehgarh, Farrukhabad is certified as Eat Right CAMPUS as per guidelines established by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India,” reads the FSSAI certificate. The statement is followed by a 5 stars rating and ‘excellent’ written on the certificate, which is valid until August 18, 2024


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