FIXING FINANCIALLY IF PROBLEMS ARE SOLVED

 

Khammam,May 18,(globelmedianews.com):
In the Khammam district, procurement of food crops was done in the bulk of the procurement centers. Corn and grains are collected in bulk. Purchases have gone beyond expectations. This will solve problems and want to strengthen cooperative societies. Primary Agricultural Cooperative Credit Societies in Khammam District have traded at Rs 142 crore in the purchase of grain and maize. The business is likely to become economically stronger as it is bigger. Over 20,000 metric tons of maize have been collected by cooperative societies in the range of various agricultural markets in the district. Through these acquisitions, the business of Rs. 30 crores went into business. Communities combined with grain and maize have traded about Rs 142 crore. Economically sustainable. Collect cereal and civil supplies to collect officers and masons and co-operative associations to Marxist officials. This will be available for commissions at the rate of Rs 33 per quintal, and Rs. 11 per quintal for corn. Each cooperative society will receive a commission As a result, unions are exposed to losses.


FIXING FINANCIALLY IF PROBLEMS ARE SOLVED

Cooperative societies buy grain and maize from farmers without the involvement of the Dalits. Growing this crop is the government's intervention for farmers. Co-operative communities have infused the district with the procurement of record grain and maize yields. Effectively arranged for the brokerage systems. There is a meditation collection right now. Already done a lot. Maize through 17 centers was also bought and praised for a very short time. However, there are no proper facilities in cooperative societies' purchasing centers. This creates problems for farmers. Many communities do not have the protection to protect the crops. With the recent untimely rainfall, the grain has been thrown in the centers. There are no minimum facilities for farmers coming to the centers. No tents. Drinking water and electricity facilities have been exhausted. The bags are not timely. Growing crops from purchasing centers is getting delayed. These problems will be addressed by the cooperative buy out centers that will have a considerable benefit for farmers.

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