Sat. Apr 13th, 2024
Farmers in dire straits, govt not bothered: MP

Khammam: MP Rajya Sabha member Vaddiraju Ravichandra observed on Sunday that all through the 10-calendar year rule of Telangana’s 1st Main Minister Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao, ponds, streams and bends ended up brimming with water. Although drought conditions are turning grave, the existing Congress routine is not heading to the rescue of the farming community, he rued. He lauded the companies of KCR government to the farmers in unique and to the point out in common.

Speaking to the media below, Ravichandra pointed to the gravity of the scenario, stating that he had under no circumstances noticed Paleru reservoir dry up in the previous. As a final result, crop fields in Nelakondapally experienced dried up due to lack of irrigation. He reported dry circumstances had been widespread considering the fact that the ascent of Congress to the ability in the condition. Water bodies ended up pretty much dried up beneath the Revanth Reddy government during its 100-working day rule. Still, no official or chief from the ruling social gathering enquired with the farmers about their plight and took any measures to ease their sufferings, he criticised.

He mentioned that if people today were being satisfied with loads of electricity, cultivation and consuming h2o, now they are going through dire predicaments in the Congress regime.

The BRS MP demanded that the govt to pay out a payment of Rs 25,000 for every acre to the farmers who are staring at decline of crops and serious losses as a consequence. He exuded self esteem that BRS MP prospect Nama Nageswara Rao, who fought tirelessly within and exterior Lok Sabha for the accomplishment of Telangana statehood and listened to the voice of the people, would be elected with a enormous greater part by the men and women in the forthcoming basic elections.

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