State to provide marketing facility to self-help groups

DC CORRESPONDENT
Published Oct 8, 2014, 12:04 pm IST
Updated Mar 30, 2019, 10:56 pm IST
Government will guide them and to improve their standard of living: Chief Minister
N. Chandrababu Naidu assured that he would provide marketing facilities to the products of the self-help groups (SHGs) through internet
 N. Chandrababu Naidu assured that he would provide marketing facilities to the products of the self-help groups (SHGs) through internet
Ongole: Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu assured that he would provide marketing facilities to the products of the self-help groups (SHGs) through internet to increase their income. He said that the government would guide them to increase their income to improve their standard of living. He participated in the ‘Janmabhoomi - Maa Vooru’ programme held in Ongole city on Tuesday and addressed a public meeting.
 
Speaking on the occasion, he stressed the need to increase SHGs’ monthly income. He said that the government has decided to give 25 per cent of the sand reaches to the SHGs to increase their income and added that they will get 25 per cent incentive on the sand sales. He said that he would take steps to conduct training programmes to the SHGs to set up industries for their empowerment.
 
Earlier, he distributed Rs50 crore financial assistance to the Self-Help Groups. The government will pay interest on behalf of the SHGs. The CM assured that the government will complete the multipurpose purpose Polavaram Project within four-years and assured that he would take steps to supply drinking water to all the people and water to irrigate the lands.
 
He reiterated that the government will set up a mining university, veterinary university and develop Ramayapatnam Port and set up airport in the district.He would set up a ‘Shilparamam’ for recreation.Mr Naidu said that he had taken steps to supply 24x7 power to the all the consu-mers and assured that the government will supply 9-hour power supply to the agricultural pump sets. 
 
He would keep up all his promises and reminded that in spite of resource crunch, the government has taken steps to waive the crop loans.He said that because of steps taken by him, the T-state got surplus budget and criticised that the Congress and Telangana Rashtra Samiti leaders did not take any steps to develop Hyderabad. He assured that he would develop the state with the same spirit and sought co-operation of the people for the development of the state. The Chief Minister said that the government decided to set up 7 missions and five grids for the development of the state.
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Location: Andhra Pradesh




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