The state government has given good news to the ration card holders in Andhra Pradesh. It has been announced that sorghum will be distributed on ration cards soon. To this extent, the state civil supplies minister told the media in Vijayawada that a survey was conducted with volunteers regarding the consumption of ragu and sorghum. It was revealed that all the ration card holders wanted ragu and sorghum. He said that ragu and sorghum will be distributed to the poor in Rayalaseema districts first. It has been revealed that ragu and sorghum will be distributed to the ration card holders across the state in a phased manner. Minister Nageswara Rao said that grains are being collected throughout the state like never before. The minimum support price for farmers was announced and implemented. It has been revealed that 90 percent of the payments have been made for the purchase of grain. Within 21 days, the money is being paid for the collection of grain. It is said that 26 lakh metric tons of grain has been collected this year. Further, the dues owed by the government to the millers are 900 crores. It has been announced that all the old dues of the millers will be paid this year. Meanwhile, Minister Nageswara Rao said that many people have complained that the Kandipappu given through the ration is not good. He said that they have ordered to boil the kandipappu at the cart and check the quality. The investigation is going on. Minister Karumuri warned that if there are any mistakes, action will be taken against them. On the other hand, Minister Karumuri expressed his opinion that it is not right to criticize despite the large scale welfare and development in the state. The hair man asked not to magnify the flaws. They said that problems have arisen due to rice millers here and there.. They have already seized three rice mills. It is stated that CM Jagan has ordered to file criminal cases against those involved in irregularities. He said that it has been decided to buy the discolored grain before March 15. It has been revealed that intelligence reports have come that some brokers have encouraged the farmers to take to the roads and stage dharnas. He warned that action will be taken against them.