YSR Janata Bazaars in Andhra Pradesh soon

AMARAVATI: The Andhra Pradesh The government plans to establish around 22,000 in towns and cities across the state.

Prime Minister YS has called on officials to work to strengthen the cold chain and processing networks in the agricultural sector to support YSR's Janata bazaars.

The CM took stock of the affairs of the agriculture department at a review meeting held in the camp office on Monday. He said that around 11,000 Rythu bharosa centers and village secretariats had already started operating in the state and that they should be supplemented by Yana Janata bazaars.

He said that creating cold storage units would help farmers store their products. CM instructed officials to map the locations and identify where the Janata Bazaars could be established so that all essential goods can be delivered to homes.

The CM said that the Janatha bazaars should be designed in such a way that they should provide infrastructure facilities such as a refrigerator to store goods, a truck to transport vegetables, milk, fruits, eggs. In addition to these, aquatic products could also be transported and purchased at these Janata bazaars, Jagan said.

Amid the pandemic, markets and rythu bazaars have been decentralized, and those places can also be used as Janata bazaars, he added. The prime minister instructed officials to guarantee MSP for all agricultural products. He said an IAS officer will be appointed to monitor the YSR Janata Bazaar project. Senior officials Poonam Malakondaiah, Madhusudan Reddy, PS Pradyumna were also present.