AMARAVATI: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Saturday launched 10,641 YSR Rythu Bharosa Kendras online at his camp office in Tadepally.
Agriculture mission chairman MVS Nagireddy has congratulated the CM for this.
After launching the Rythu Bharosa centres, the Chief Minister has examined the services provided at RBK center in Pandurangapuram of Adoni Mandal in Kurnool district.
A Comprehensive Monitoring of Agriculture Price and Procurement (CMAPP) has also been launched to monitor pricing and procurement of agri produces to ensure remunerative prices for the crops and also launched an integrated call centre - 155251 where farmers can obtain suggestions and advice for the cultivation of crops.
Speaking on this occasion, agriculture minister Kurasala Kannababu said CM YS Jagan has given priority to all the sector. He said that the CM has fulfilled every promise and measures have taken to deliver the welfare schemes to the people of the state. He also thanked YS Jagan for setting up of Rythu Bharosa Kendras in the state.
He also recalled that eminent agriculture scientist and father of green revolution MS Swaminathan heaped praise on CM YS Jagan for his pro-farmer policies, and particularly lauded the YRSCP’s flagship Rythu Bharosa scheme.