On Sunday, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao instructed officials to set up 7,000 paddy procurement centres throughout the state and complete the necessary arrangements as soon as possible. The Chief Secretary, A Santhi Kumari, and Civil Supplies Commissioner, Anil Kumar, received the orders from CM KCR regarding the process.
The directive from the Chief Minister stated that the procurement centres should be established in a similar manner to what was done in the past. In addition, CS Kumari was instructed to conduct video conferences with all district collectors on Monday to ensure that an action plan for the establishment of paddy procurement centres is completed.
Telangana is a major producer of paddy, and the procurement centres are essential for the purchase of the crop from farmers at a fair price. The establishment of these centres is expected to benefit thousands of farmers across the state.
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