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The 31-year-old Sircilla-based weaver and an ardent follower of the Chief Minister toiled for about 20 days to create the machine.
In a bid to provide continuous employment and ensure better incomes, orders for Bathukamma sarees are being given to Sircilla weavers for the last few years
The State government is creating a brand value for Telangana handloom products’ and has waived off the loans of handloom weavers
CM's decision to distribute sarees to the woman durig Bathukamma festival has provided employment to the weaver, which has led to bringing earlier glory to handloom sector, said Minister
Speaking on the occasion, Dayakar said that Bathukamma festival got global recognition due to the efforts of Telangana Jagruthi founder and former MP Kalvakuntla Kavitha
Sircilla weavers used to commit suicide due to lack of employment. However, the situation has changed and weavers are getting regular employment with Bathukamma sarees and other orders placed by the state government.
Suman gave away sarees in Chennur, Bhemaram, Jaipur, Kyathanpalli and Mandamarri mandals on Friday. A total of 79,155 sarees were granted to the Chennur Assembly constituency
He asserted that government has provided employment to weavers by placing orders for Bathukamma sarees
Transport Minister Puvvada Ajay Kumar informed that as many as 3.69 lakh sarees would be distributed to women in Khammam marking Batukamma-Dasara festival.
The State government has spent Rs 317.81 crore to distribute more than one crore sarees to women aged above 18 years and having white ration cards in the State.
MLAs, MPs, local corporators along with other elected public representatives will be distributing the sarees in respective divisions duly following the covid guidelines.
Speaking at a review meeting with officials on the distribution of the sarees, Shashanka instructed them to appoint teams along with panchayat secretaries, women groups and ration shop dealers to distribute the sarees
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