Co-operative Act to be amended: Minister S T Somashekar


Team Udayavani, Feb 27, 2020, 2:33 PM IST

Mangaluru: The Karnataka government is contemplating amendments to the co-operative act to suit the needs of co-operative institutions and farmers, state Co-operation Minister S T Somashekar has said.

Addressing reporters here on Wednesday, he said a meeting of MLAs and department officials will be convened soon to discuss issues relating to the co-operative sector.

The complaints from the public that several facilities offered by the government were not reaching them have to be addressed, the minister said.

The proposed amendments will be a move in this direction.

He also indicated that an independent centralised appointment agency for common recruiting staff in all co- operative institutions in the state is being planned.

D Vedavyas Kamath and Bharath Y Shetty, MLAs, were also present.

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