Odisha’s Minister all appreciation for Telangana’s ‘Nethannaku Cheyutha’ plan
Hyderabad: Odisha’s Handlooms as well as Textiles Minister Rita Sahu as well as her group that have actually explored Telangana for 3 days has actually valued State government’s efforts in the handlooms as well as fabrics industry.
As component of the excursion from September 27, the Textiles Minister together with 3 various other policemans from the Odisha Textiles Directorate have actually checked out handlooms collections, cooperatives. Rita Sahu satisfied Telangana Handlooms as well as Textiles Minister KTRama Rao
Rita Sahu had actually checked out the Pochampally Handloom Cluster as well as HWCS Ltd Koyyalagudem in Yadadri District onWednesday During the excursion, Rita Sahu connected with weavers weaving Ikkat in various layouts as well as patterns in silk as well as cotton. She observed the strategy of Ikkat weaving which calls for real accuracy as well asSkill She valued the weaving design used by the weavers in weaving, coloring with all-natural veggie dyes as well as developing.
The Minister likewise went to HWCS Ltd Koyyalagudem which is renowned for Double Ikkat bedsheets as well as providing towel as well as connected with society participants. She remained in appreciation for Telangana government’s plans of 40 percent thread aid, insurance policy to weavers, Nethannaku Cheyutha which are being executed.
Rita claimed that their government was executing handloom plans like offering job sheds as well as Accessories to weavers ofOdisha Later, the preachers traded sights over the execution of the different plans in their corresponding States for boosting bad Handloom weavers. Further pertained to an understanding for taking on the execution of respected state funded plans in each of their States for the advantage of weavers.
Rita Sahu welcomed KT Rama Rao to check out the State of Odisha as well as the exact same was approved by him. She likewise went to the renowned Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple at Yadadri-Bhongir as well as valued sculptures.