KCR most likely to address South India farmers’ conference in Coimbatore
Hyderabad: The South India Farmers Association is intending to welcome Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao to a public conference to be arranged in Coimbatore.
The organization leaders just recently satisfied Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin as well as welcomed him to the conference. Association leader K Narasimha Naidu stated the purpose of the conference is to talk about farmers’ circumstances as well as need for an Act to apply the Minimum Support Price (MSP) for all farming items.
The routine for the conference will certainly be settled quickly. He stated almost 20-30 percent farmers in Coimbatore are from Telugu States; they are awaiting KCR conference in the area.
Earlier, the organization leaders satisfied Stalin as well as discussed the farmer well-being plans released by theTelangana government They likewise satisfied some Kerala priests to comprehend the execution of the farmer well-being plans there. The organization reps saw the Kaleshwaram job as well as examined the irrigation possible developed under the lift tasks in the State.