The State government Excise and B.C. Welfare Minister K. Ravindra on Tuesday announced that more than Rs. 96 lakh would be spent on setting up the three common facility centres for weavers in Krishna district.
Foundation stones for the centre have already been laid at Kappaladoddi and Pedana, and officials will soon identify the location for the other centre in the district.
Mr. Ravindra after inaugurating â€˜Cheneta Hoyaluâ€™, a district-level handloom exhibition here, said that a mega showrooms would also be opened in Visakhapatnam and Tirupati soon to enable handloom weavers to sell their products.
The Minister further said that loan waiver to the tune of Rs. 110 crore announced by the Telugu Desam Party president N. Chandrababu Naidu would be extended to beneficiaries during a special programme to be held in Vijayawada soon.
Handloom Department Assistant Director Ch. Laxmana Rao said that at the Cheneta Hoyaluâ€™, a district-level handloom exhibition which will run till December 8 at the Sri PKR Teachers Guild Home in Machilipatnam has a total of 34 Weaversâ€™ Co-operative Societies from seven districts displaying handloom products.
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