1.51 L Rythu Bandhu cheques to be distributed tomorrow
The district administration is fully geared to distribute as many as 1, 51,273 Rythu Bandhu cheques from May 10 to 17 across all the 14 mandals in...
Gadwal: The district administration is fully geared to distribute as many as 1, 51,273 Rythu Bandhu cheques from May 10 to 17 across all the 14 mandals in Gadwal district. On Tuesday, while receiving the the Rythu Bhandu cheques and land passbooks of farmers at the local Nobel High School in the district, the officials from Agriculture, Revenue and police department categorised and separated the land passbooks and their respective cheques after scrutinising them.
Addressing the district officials concerned on Monday, in-charge District Collector Ronald Rose, said, “We received more than 1.51 lakh Rythu Bhandu cheques and land passbooks for the mandals of K.T. Doddi, Dharur and Alampur.
However, we are yet to receive the land passbooks of farmers in other mandals, which we are expecting to receive them by Tuesday evening. Then, the officials will separate the land passbooks and cheques of the farmers based on the division, mandal and village-wise and accordingly cross verify them with the extend of land available.”
As per the schedule, the officials will disburse the land passbooks and respective cheques of farmers and stock them at the respective police stations in the mandals. From there the officials of the Agriculture and Revenue departments and special teams from the respective villages will take them from the police stations and shift them to the distribution centres in villages.
As announced earlier, farmers in the villages will have to approach the respective distribution centres to avail theme. “Distribution will begin early morning sharp from 7 am onwards to 11 am and again from 5 pm to 7 pm in the evening.
The District Collector said that the local people’s representatives, village revenue officials and village revenue assistants along with village secretaries will have to monitor the programme. “They have already been trained and well informed about the distribution process,” the Collector added.
Already, farmers in the villages have been informed through various means. The Collector has also directed officials to arrange the tents, chairs and provide drinking water facilities at the distribution centres. If there are any errors found in the land passbooks, the officials have also decided to start a grievance reddressal cell at the distribution centre where the farmers can approach and lodge their complaints, he added.