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AP govt sanctions houses for weavers

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HYDERABAD: The Andhra Pradesh Government sanctioned 5,000 workshed-cum-houses to weavers at a cost of Rs 20 crore this year. The project included a subsidy component of Rs 3.50 crore and loan of Rs 15 crore. Each unit would cost Rs 40,000, including a subsidy of Rs 7,000 and beneficiary contribution of Rs 3,000.

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