KCR conspiring to make ryots offer paddy listed below MSP: Bandi Sanjay Kumar
Hyderabad: State BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar on Saturday declared that the TRS government’s politicisation of the paddy purchase concern resembles a huge range conspiracy theory to assist the intermediaries make numerous crore and also drawing away the temper of the farmers in the direction of theCentre In an open letter to the farming area in the State, Sanjay claimed by shutting down the paddy purchase centres throughout Yasangi (Rabi) period, the Telangana government is producing an unavoidable circumstance for the farmers to offer their fruit and vegetables to intermediaries at an extremely reduced price than the minimal assistance cost (MSP).
“It is a conspiracy hatched by Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao in collusion with the rice millers’ mafia to deny MSP to farmers, so that the bigwigs in the ruling party mint millions of rupees in the form of commission,” he declared. The BJP president claimed considering that the farmers would certainly examine the government for not buying the paddy, the TRS leaders were hitting the trail to draw away the farmers’ temper in the direction of theCentre He claimed the Centre would certainly pay an MSP of Rs 1,960 for a quintal of paddy throughout the Rabi period.
The farmers have actually currently begun gathering the plant and also in a number of areas like Nalgonda, Khammam and also Warangal, the farmers have actually begun bringing their fruit and vegetables to themarket Since the State government has actually closed the IKP centres (implied for purchase of farming create), the farmers are required to visit millers. Taking benefit of the farmers’ vulnerability, the millers are paying just about Rs 1,300 to Rs 1,660 per quintal of paddy, which is a lot less than the MSP.
“Since the farmers have to clear their debts and meet their family requirements, they are compelled to sell their produce at lesser rate offered by brokers, thereby suffering a loss of Rs 300 to Rs 600 per quintal,” he included. Sanjay claimed this period, paddy was grown in 35 lakh acres in Telangana, which is anticipated to generate an amount of almost 60 lakh tonnes.