AP Deputy CM says this about farmers welfare and upliftment
AP Deputy CM says this about farmers welfare and upliftment

Andhra Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister K Narayanaswamy praises about government efforts towards farmers and their welfare. In a statement he said the YSRCP government is committed to the welfare of farmers and introduced several welfare schemes for their upliftment. Participating in a meeting held at Collectorate on Thursday, he said under the YSR Rythu Bharosa scheme, the government has credited Rs 1,729 crore into accounts of 55.38 lakh farmers in the state.

Let us share that during the meeting he also introduced various schemes, the agriculture in the state has become a role model in the country, stated Deputy Chief Minister. In order to ensure support price to the produce of farmers and to facilitate the fertilizers, seeds and pesticides in a rational way, YSR Rythu Bharosa Kendrams were set up in the state.

However, here it is to be noted that in Chittoor district alone under YSR Rythu Bharosa Scheme, Rs 345.89 crore were distributed benefiting 4.60 lakh farmers, he declared. In Kadapa, Rs 224.39 crore was credited into 2,99,181 farmers' accounts under third phase of Rythu Bharosa Scheme in the district. Deputy Chief Minister Amzath Basha said the government was extending financial support to farmers to improve their living standards.

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