G Kishan Reddy said as informed by the National Crime Records Bureau, many states and UTs have reported "nil" data on suicides by farmers.
Many of the families who lost their land to the KIADB are left with nothing to survive on, and are in no mood to vacate.
The number of farmer and agriculture labourer suicides in Andhra Pradesh has come down during 2018, which is good news for the State, a predominantly agrarian-based economy.
According to the data compiled by NCRB, 10,349 people working in the farm sector committed suicide in 2018.
The minister said advisories have been issued to all states and union territories to furnish complete data sets promptly for the speedy publication of ADSI report.