Farmers on cloud nine as KCR rolls out Rythu Bandhu
Deputy Chief Minister Mohammad Mahmood Ali here on Thursday said the TRS government was able to restore the confidence of the farmers by launching the...
Nalgonda / Suryapet: Deputy Chief Minister Mohammad Mahmood Ali here on Thursday said the TRS government was able to restore the confidence of the farmers by launching the unique Rythu Bandhu scheme. The crop investment support scheme under which each farmer is being given Rs 4,000 per acre per each season would go a long way in helping the farmers, he said.
The Deputy Chief Minister, along with Ministers Naini Narsimha Reddy, G Jagadishwar Reddy and State Farmers Coordination CommitteeChairman Gutha Sukender Reddy, launched the Rythu Bandhu at Yadgarpally under Miryalguda mandal in the district.
Addressing the farmer, Mahmood Alisaid not less than 40 per cent of lands were in dispute before the formation of the Telangana State. The government through purification of land records had resolved the issue.
Stating that the government in the united Andhra Pradesh had neglected the Telangana region. But, in a short span of four years after the formation of the State, the TRS government had waived farm loans, provided irrigation to barren lands and introduced welfare schemes.
Ministers G Jagadish Reddy, Naini Narsimha Reddy criticized the Congress leaders for making baseless allegations on the government. Stating that the Opposition parties were jealous of the success of welfare scheme in the State.
The Minister exuded confidence that people would reject the Congress party in the next elections for their negative attitude. MP Badugula Lingaiah Yadav and Miryalguda MLA Bhaskar Rao distributed cheques and pattadar passbooks to the farmers.
Later,the Deputy Chief Minister also participated in distribution of Cheques and pattadar passbooks to farmers at Urumadla, the native village of Sukender Reddy.