Andhra Pradesh government to revive closed sugar mills


Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh: Andhra Pradesh government is taking steps to revive closed cooperative sugar mills. This is informed by the state cabinet sub-committee member and municipal department minister Botsa Satyanarayana.

The committee members, including MPs and MLAs, visited the Tandava and Etikoppaka cooperative sugar factories and inspected its condition. They also interacted with the farmers and workers.

According to the news report published in The Times of India, Botsa said, “We would prepare a report and submit it to the government for consideration. Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy is keen in reviving the closed cooperative sugar mills by approving the payments pending in the previous government. The state government would pay Rs. 9 crore pending amount to the Tandava factory and Rs. 7 crores to the EtiKoppaka factory.”

“The government is committed to revive the closed 12 factories in the state, and necessary funds would be arranged for the same.” he further added.

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