Anantapur releases annual credit plan
Agri outlay pegged at ₹10,600 crore out of the mixed plan of ₹17,110 crore
The major sector annual credit plan launched by the Anantapur district administration on Thursday has projected agriculture credit outlay at ₹10,600 crore out of the mixed plan of ₹17,110 crore.
District Collector Gandham Chandrudu, NABARD District Manager Usha Madhusudhan, and Lead Bank District Manager Mohan Murali formally launched the credit plan on Thursday.
The credit plan offers for ₹20 crore every just for instructional loans, and Export Credit, whereas the MSME sector is proposed to be supported to an extent of ₹3,250 crore.
Out of the full Primary Sector Lending of ₹15.010 crore, different allocations embrace ₹130 crore for the renewable vitality sector, ₹67 crore for social infrastructure, and ₹923 crore for housing. In the non-primary sector lending, the banks will lend to an extent of ₹2,100 crore.
Under the ₹10,600 crore agriculture sector lending, the lion’s share of ₹8,747 crore goes for short-term loans, ₹1,440 crore for long-term agriculture loans, ₹188 crore for agricultural infrastructure, and ₹217 crore for ancillary actions.