He said he would take interest in appointing brand ambassadors for Mangalagiri handlooms to expand market potential.
He said an international level textile learning school would be set up in Mangalagiri to train next-generation weavers with latest models.
He said they would create awareness among government employees and general public to wear handlooms at least a day in a week to create additional market.
It is my duty to take care of your future and welfare,” said Lokesh.
Mangalagiri: Promising to create international branding for Mangalagiri handlooms, IT minister Nara Lokesh said the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) will set up a separate market intervention fund with Rs 250 crore to support weavers He said international branding with expert designers will make local cotton a big hit in overseas market.Lokesh visited weavers’ colonies in the town and interacted with handloom artisans on Saturday.
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