Telangana set to export vegetables from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport

In India, the Telangana state government is setting up measures to export vegetables from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Shamshabad. Their intention is to promote vegetable cultivation in the state. Friday, Agriculture Minister S. Niranjan Reddy instructed officials to set up markets in different zones of Hyderabad for convenience of farmers and public. Accordingly, he suggested setting up markets under the umbrella of Farmer Cooperative Societies at Shamshabad, Vantimamidi and Ibrahimpatnam. “The practice of middlemen should be completely abolished and farmers should be able to directly deal with the consumers,” he said.


Niranjan Reddy also wanted the officials to set up an agri-food processing export unit on the Hyderabad-Kurnool national highway. He assured to extend all support on behalf of the State government in this regard. Impressed with the products of Mother Dairy and Safal units, he wanted the officials to take measures for establishing similar units in the State where farmers have direct access to the company managements to sell their produce.


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