Deputy Chief Minister K Srihari today said Rythu Bandhu cheques and pass books will be distributed among farmers across the state from May 10 to 15. Participating in some developmental programs in Warangal district, he said that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is kind hearted giving financial assistance to the farmers to avoid loan problems and to prevent future suicides. The Government of KCR has taken a key decision to launch the Rythu Bandhu scheme through which tribals with forest lands will also benefit. About 70 lakh farmers in Telangana will benefit from the crop investment scheme for which the government allotted Rs 12000 cr in the budget, he said. KCR kept the promise of transforming Lambada Thandas as village panchats and develop them in future.
About 3000 new Sarpanches of Tribal community will steer their villages to development and spend funds for their welfare, Srihari noted. Stating that Rs 16250 cr crop loans were waived off by the KCR Government he said that credit of giving 24 hours power to farm sector to goes to the chief minister. No other state in the country is implementing schemes as Telangana doing so he said. He slammed the congress for misinformation campaign on the government. The people should pull up the congress and the BJP for wrong comments and charges he added.
Extending thanks to KCR for sanctioning reservoir at Lingampally he said that all the projects are completing on a war-footing. He also said that the chief minister will lay foundation for this reservoir will provide irrigation waters in 12 segments. Devadula project which is lifeline for Warangal will irrigate 5.50 lakha acres. KCR has special care for Warangala and developing it on par with Hyderabad he added. (NSS)