Jagan was informed that 175 ambulances for the mobile veterinary service scheme are ready and another 165 ambulances are being readied for the second phase.
The initiative has revolutionised agriculture sector by meeting farmers’ needs from seed to sale.
As many as 12.5 lakh farmers in the State have got 4.75 lakh tonnes of fertilisers from RBKs so far.
Governor Biswa Bhusan Harichandan said RBKs help bring quality services within the reach of farmers and assist them from the stage of sowing of seeds to the sale of their agricultural produce.
The government has also decided to encourage balanced fertilisation through distribution of soil health cards, and application of fertiliser based on soil-test results.
In fact, agriculture marketing authorities had issued notices to officials concerned to take possession of the rain guns from the warehouses.
Elaborating further, the Civil Supplies Commissioner clarified that any discrepancies in the bank accounts and Aadhaar may cause some delay.
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The officials should create awareness among farmers on the cultivation of alternative crops instead of paddy under borewells, CM Jagan said.
He said steps should be taken ensuring transparency in checking the grain quality.
Kerala agriculture minister P Prasad said priority being given to agriculture and allied sectors in Andhra Pradesh is being discussed across the country.
Andhra Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has directed officials to focus on ensuring good prices for crops and agricultural products.
The commitment and resolve shown by tribals of a hilltop village in the district serves as a motivation to others to strive for rural development.
Business correspondents of various banks, empowered to provide cash transactions up to Rs 20,000 among others, will render services in village RBKs where there are no bank branches.