Chief Secretary Santhi Kumari has instructed officials in Hyderabad to make sure that farmers who have received loan waivers are provided with fresh loans. She also emphasized the need for a special complaint cell to address any difficulties faced by the farmers in this regard.
In a video conference with district collectors, Kumari reviewed the progress made in various areas, including crop loan waivers, distribution of fertilizers, implementation of GO 58 and 59, ‘Gruhalaxmi’, Aasara pensions, social welfare house site distribution, Telangana ku Haritha Haaram, grounding of Gram Panchayat buildings, and Oil Palm plantations.
During the conference, Kumari highlighted that the Chief Minister is closely monitoring the sanctioning of social pensions and wants to ensure immediate provision of pensions to the wives of deceased individuals. The government has allocated Rs 19,446 crore for loan waivers and is actively working on it within a short period of time. Kumari urged officials to ensure sufficient availability and proper distribution of fertilizers to farmers across the state.
Furthermore, collectors were instructed to investigate applications received under GO 58 within a week and provide the necessary certificates. Additionally, 5,707 new gram panchayat buildings have been approved statewide, and their construction should be completed promptly. Kumari also emphasized the importance of achieving the set target for oil palm cultivation.