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The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development - NABARD - will be implementing a new loan scheme for women's self help groups to start production of value added food products like chips, pickles, jams etc from the next Gandhi Jayanthi day on October 2nd.
 
This was announced by NABARD Chairman Shri G R Chinthala in Virudhunagar, Tamilnadu.
 
Speaking to news persons after reviewing the working of various NABARD schemes, he said the discussions will be held with Tamilnadu Chief Minister Edapadi Palanisamy within a day or two about allowing self help groups to start production of fertilisers.
 
Shri Chinthala said that the Covid 19 pandemic had affected 68% of agriculture and allied activities and that NABARD is giving top priority to help this sector.



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