Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu said today that the government will release the third installment of loan waiver for farmers this year.
Addressing a ‘Chaitanya Sadassu’, he said that his government would not increase power tariff but would strive to reduce it by giving an impetus to solar power generation and ensuring round-the-lck power supply.
He inaugurated Bala Bharati School built by the Orvakal Mahila Mandali Samakhya equipped with 60 digital classrooms, laboratories, library and other amenities. Chief Minister said that the school was built perfectly and better than the corporate schools. The government would sponsor 25 poor students to the school.
District Collector S.Satyanarayana said natural farming would be taken up on 15,000 hectares in 50 clusters this year as against 3,000 hectares in 11 clusters last year. An app was being introduced to indicate the pesticide to be used for different crops.
Chief Minister said that he started Parishkara Vedika with toll-free number 1100 to resolve complaints of corruption, denial of assistance and irregularities in implementation of schemes and benefits to people. He gave away a cheque for Rs.41.73 crore to the District Mahila Samakhya for assisting 1,697 women groups.