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Simplify Millet Procurement Process: Naveenraj Singh

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Hassan: District in-charge and secretary of the medical education department Naveen Raj Singh has instructed to simplify the process of buying millet and paddy with support price in the district.
In a meeting with the district-level officials at the Collectorate office hall, he said that the officials of the Agriculture and Food Department, and Marketing Federation should ensure that there is no lapse in the purchase process of food Dhyanya with the support price, and they should purchase without delaying the registered farmers.
Food Department Deputy Director Sanjay said that 80 thousand farmers have already registered in the district and the procurement process is in progress.
Naveen Raj Singh said that starting the process of seed stocking for the upcoming monsoon season ensures that there is no shortage of fertilizer.
He directed to speed up the implementation of rain damage works, repair roads, lakes, and school anganwadi buildings as soon as possible, give priority to the conservation of lakes, conduct a survey, clear encroachments and ensure that no lakes are damaged next year. He said that farmers should be made aware of the importance of linking Aadhaar to their savings accounts and transferring all types of compensation directly.
No new Covid-19 cases have been reported in the district, Medical Superintendent Dr Krishna Murthy and District Surgeon Dr Satish said that for the time being, the 210-bed rooms of the wards reserved for Covid-19 should be expanded to 100 beds immediately for necessary use, and the currently available beds should be used to serve other patients. He said to continuously monitor maternal and infant deaths in the district and strive to reduce the death rate to zero. The district in-charge secretary directed that all kinds of preparations should be made for the Vidhan Sabha election process and that there should be no lapses.
District Collector MS Archana said that there is a shortage of funds under the Natural Disaster Fund and requested to provide it as soon as possible.
District Panchayat Chief Executive Officer Purnima, Deputy Conservator of Forests Harish, Sub Divisional Officers Anmol Jain, Kripalini and district-level officials were present in the meeting.

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