Gajwel: The Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao launched the scheme and formally handed over the insurance papers to three beneficiaries. He wore the Gongadi and took to beating the Oggudolu on the occasion. In all, 825 beneficiaries received the sheep in Gajwel alone.
Agriculture sector in Telangana State will emerge as an example for others to emulate not only in India but also in other countries, once the proposed multi-layered farmers’ societies are in place next year, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao assured a large gathering on Tuesday, as he launched the sheep distribution scheme in Gajwel.
He stated that the Telangana government is taking measures for strengthening of rural economy through strengthening of farmers and allied traditional occupations in the villages.
The Chief Minister explained that the Telangana government would form farmers’ societies from village to State level in four layers, soon after the integrated farmers’ survey is completed.
He assured that farmers will not need to run to market yards with their produce from next year.