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Eluru, April 20, (
The state government has decided to improve employment opportunities in the villages in order to deal with drought conditions in the state. The Partnership Plan Scheme, a part of the Mahatma Gandhi National Employment Guarantee Scheme, is working to provide employment to poor laborers in 79 zones under Integrated Participated Planning Exercise. This survey identifies the poor and laborers in the village. Later the village governors are aware of the needs of the village, the number of work and the personal tasks. The Andhra Pradesh government has focused on dairy farming. The dairy farm has decided to be in good shape. The farmers and farmers are also looking forward to improving farming and farming. This has resulted in providing employment guarantee funds for the development of dairy industry in 13 districts of the state. The farmers who are required to take care of the paddy cultivation in the backdrop of summer farming will be able to undertake a thirst for livestock in the form of water tanks, Azolla fodder cultivation, other paddy paddies, construction of godowns, paddy cultivation in ponds and the establishment of coastal fisheries fields. 


These tasks are identified and done under the guidance of the Department of Veterans. Bills are still paid elsewhere so far. Now the government has paved the way for accelerating all the tasks in one place. The sector is willing to take advantage of the redistribution of funds from employment guarantee and to enable them to farmers in the field of agriculture. As part of the employment guarantee tasks, Para veterinary staff will identify the necessary work. The collector will get technical approval from these districts. Making tasks and measurements are monitored by engineers working in the range of the Department of Animal Husbandry. The bills and other matters were handed over to the Deputy Director of the Department. With these works, 13,28,863 buffalo breeds in the 13 districts of the state, 7,92,017 grazing animals, sheep, goats etc. are available to the farmers.

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