Kalaburagi: Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa has announced that the state government has prioritised agriculture and currently plans to provide farmers with Rs.
Dr S. At the Panditha Theater, Kalaburagi-Yadagiri District Co-operative Center (DCC) Bank launched a program to distribute Rs 50.50 crores to farmers.
Farmers are widely expected to distribute mid-term loans to the farming community and the SHGs and horticultural crops. 16641 crore last year. A crop of Rs. This time around 32 lakh farmers will be given 20 thousand crores. CM explained that agriculture, education and health are the government’s priorities.
He said that Rs. 198 crores has been set aside for computerised and other activities to expedite 5500 Primary Agricultural Co-operative Societies (PKPS) activities in the state.
The Cooperative Department is undergoing revolutionary changes. Most importantly, Yeddyurappa said that the current state of affairs is delighted.
Minister of Co-operation. Speaking to the media, T. Somashekhar said the government has decided to grant a loan of Rs. The Minister explained that the DCC Bank was poorly positioned in terms of financial performance and management, but that it resulted from the actions taken and the long and hard work of the Bank’s Chairman, MLA, Prince Patil.
Speaking on the sidelines of the DCC Bank, Senate MLA Prince Patil said that the bank, which had incurred a loss of Rs 197 crore, had made a Rs 10 crore contribution to the bank, which had been closed by the RBI.
Deputy Prime Minister and Public Affairs Minister Govind Karajola, Minister of Mines and Land Sciences, Murugesh Nirani, MP. Umesh Jadhav, KKR DB President Dattatreya Patil Revura, MLAs Basavaraja Mattimadu, Sharanu Salagara, Shasheel Namoshi, BG Patil, Sunil Wallapure, Bank’s Vice President Suresh Sajjana and MD Chidanaya Nimbadara.
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