Ahead of the announcement by Chief Minister Ok. Chandrasekhar Rao on disbursal of Rythu Bandhu funds to farmers from June 28, the Telangana Congress organised rallies within the State and its leaders additionally met the Agriculture Commissioner Raghunandan Rao.
While TPCC president A. Revanth Reddy wrote a letter to the Chief Minister demanding the discharge of funds instantly because the farmers have been now pressured to go to personal cash lenders with the agriculture season selecting up. He stated the if the federal government doesn’t have funds for the scheme it ought to instantly inform the farmers.
Mr. Reddy stated KCR is just not showing in public thus placing doubts on the continuation of the scheme and one thought not less than the Finance Minister would overview and reveal the main points. But he’s extra interested by politicking than governance, he charged.
Jeevan Reddy rally
Senior chief and MLC T. Jeevan Reddy led a rally of farmers in Jagityal demanding the discharge of Rythu Bandhu funds instantly. The rally began from Indira Bhavan to the Tehsil workplace the place the farmers sat on a dharna for a while. Later, Mr. Reddy and different Congress leaders met the Revenue Divisional Officer (RDO) and submitted a memorandum to him.
A delegation led by the All India Kisan Congress met the Agriculture Commissioner Raghunandan Rao and submitted a memorandum to him to launch the funds instantly.
AICC Secretary, G. Chinna Reddy stated the Rythu Bandhu cash was to be deposited by the tip of March in farmers’ accounts however the delay pressured them to go to personal lenders. So far farmers have taken Rs. 2,000 crore loans from personal lenders and officers are mum regardless of understanding the scenario.