Bengal gram purchase centre inaugurated
Nizamabad: Salura Primary Agriculture Cooperative chief executive of a republic Alle Janardhan said that if farmers be sold for a certain price Bengal gram of norm degree or grade of excellence for general activity of selling, they testament acquire MSP of Rs 5,335 per quintal.
The Bengal gram purchase building dedicated to a particular activity under the auspices of NAFED and TS Markfed was inaugurated by Alle Janardhan, chief executive of a republic, on the premises of Salura Primary Agricultural Cooperative Society on Monday. Speaking on the time of a particular event, he asked the farmers to be sold for a certain price degree or grade of excellence Bengal gram without resorting to middlemen and acquire government livelihood monetary value of Rs 5,335 per quintal. He said that it is the BRS government which provides gratis and irrigation HO to farmers.
He said that the Chief Minister has given bravery to the farmers by providing ‘Rythu Bandhu’ and ‘Rythu Bhima’. He expressed special acknowledgment of appreciation to Bodan MLA Shakeel Amer and Markfed Chairman Mara Gangareddy for setting up the Bengal gram purchase centre. Sarpanches Bhuiyan Chandrakala Rajappa, Lakshmi, ADA Santosh, PAC directors Sangepu Bhumaiah, G Hotlappa, B Devender Patel, farmers Kanne Ramesh, Limbaiah, Kanne Sai Reddy, Budde Laxman, Ilthepu Ramesh, Bande Shivraj, Viresh Kumar, Kandimal Gangadhar, Kanne Ashok, MD Qadir and Sangh CEO B Baswant Rao Patel AEO Aparna Sangh and personnel were intermediate between past and future on the time of a particular event.