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Honey procurement price hiked

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HYDERABAD: Tribal Welfare Minister P. Balaraju has announced increase in the price at which the government procures forest honey from girijans through Girijan Co-operative Corporation (GCC) from Rs.100 to Rs.130 per kg—a hike of Rs 30.

Talking to reporters here on Friday, the Minister, however, said that there would not be any enhancement in the price at which the processed and bottled honey would be sold to consumers.

Super markets

He said ‘girijan super bazaars' would be set up at all mandal headquarters lying within the limits of the Integrated Tribal Development Agencies (ITDA) to provide essential commodities and consumer goods to the girijans at reasonable prices. He said the GCC had achieved a turnover of Rs.136 crore by November-end itself as against the target fixed for the entire fiscal at Rs.120 crore

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