Benfish, West Bengal State Fishermen's Cooperative Federation Ltd. in order to expand its Ekushe Annapurna scheme, is going to set up 23 new stalls across the city of Kolkata. The stalls are being set up in various locations of the city and will provide people a proper meal at just Rs 21. Under the 'Ekushe Annapurna' scheme, which was introduced in October 2016; a proper meal containing rice, dal, vegetables and fish curry are served at a super affordable price of just Rs 21! State Fisheries Minister Chandranath Sinha said, "We have found out that this scheme has been very popular, particularly among the office-goers. Every day, thousands of people from the rural areas come to the city for their daily work, who look for rice and fish meal at a subsidised rate as they cannot afford to spend much on their food. The Ekushe Annapurna scheme is the best option for them". Bidhan Roy, the managing director of Benfish had requested Mayor Firhad Hakim to provide spaces for the stalls so that the scheme can be extended. Following which, 23 spots were located and the Mayor-in-Council approved the locations for setting up the stalls. Some of the new locations for the stalls are Ruby connector, Mukundapur, below Gariahat flyover, Southern Avenue, Brabourne Road, Maniktala Main Road, Jadavpur bus stand, KMC premises and near Tollygunge Metro station.