Bhopal, Apr 4 (UNI) Madhya Pradesh is expected to receive an assistance of Rs 2,000 crore while it has already got Rs 600 crore to improve cooperative credit societies under the Vaidyanathan Committee.
Madhya Pradesh Cooperatives Minister Gopal Bhargav said the state was the first to give its consent to the committee's recommendations and received maximum assistance in this regard.
''The Centre has made available Rs 180.26 crore to 619 primary committees attached to cooperative banks of 12 districts,'' he said.
The Minister informed that financial assistance had been provided to 3,122 primary societies so far. Special audit of 4,530 primary societies attached to cooperative banks in 38 districts was completed.
''More than 10,000 societies' officials and directors were trained in this regard,'' he added.
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