AP CM seeks Centre's intervention
Hyderabad, Sep 9 (UNI) Lauding the Central government for locating the premier National Fisheries Development Board here, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy today sought its intervention to resolve the problems of aquaculturists in the state.
Farmers, including aquaculturists were under severe strain year after year in view of the banks refused to advance loans in the absence of insurance cover after the national insurance companies declined sustaining heavy losses following the crisis of 1994-95, Dr Reddy said while launching the NFDB's official website.
Describing Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar as a friend of farmers, the Chief Minister desired the Centre to cut down delays in issuance of the mandatory license and step up technical and financial support to them.
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