Mahabubabad: The State government is committed to welfare and development of farmers, said Minister for Tribal Welfare and Tourism, A Chandulal, after inaugurating a godown of 2,500 tonnes capacity at Kesamudram market yard in the district. The godown has been built at an estimated cost of Rs 1.50 crore.
Chandulal said that the State government was building godowns with a view to provide storage facility to the farmers, and, added that the farmers could sell their produce when they get fair and remunerative price (FRP) by storing at the godown.
Mahabubabad MP Sitaram Naik said that the State government was striving to provide irrigation to one crore acres of land. MLA Shankar Naik said that tribal welfare residential school would be set up in Kesamudram soon. Meanwhile, Beerelli Uma Reddy and Volu Chandramohan assumed charge as chairman and vice-chairman of Kesamudram agriculture market committee. KUDA chairman Marri Yadava Reddy and Joint Collector Damodhar Reddy were present.