Niranjan risks Bandi to compose letter to PM Modi looking for funds for TS
Hyderabad: TRS leader as well as Agriculture Minister S Niranjan Reddy on Thursday night blasted BJP State president Bandi Sanjay Kumar over his letter to the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on the supposed farmers’ concerns in the State.
Niranaja Reddy tested Bandi Sanjay to contact Prime Minister Narendra Modi to obtain pending funds totaling up to Rs 30,000 crore launched from the Centre to the State.
In a declaration provided right here on Thursday, Niranjan Reddy suggested the BJP leaders to quit dropping crocodile splits for the farmers ofTelangana He advised that Bandi Sanjay, that asked the farmers to grow paddy as well as ensured to take the obligation of obtaining the plant acquired by the Centre, went right into hiding, leaving the farmers to their destiny.
“Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao came to the rescue of farmers despite the Centre refusing to purchase parboiled rice. Sanjay must apologise for his mistake and rub his nose before the Sri Bhagyalaxmi temple at Charminar,” he required.
The Minister mocked Sanjay for contrasting Rythu Bandhu as well as Rythu Bima with PM- KISAN, as well as hailing the Centre for expanding minimal assistance cost (MSP), to name a few problems.
“While the Telangana government is spending Rs 7,500 crore per annum under Rythu Bandhu, the Centre is providing a mere Rs 580 crore under PM-KISAN. Similarly, about Rs 1,500 crore is being spent on Rythu Bima without any support from the Centre,” the Minister mentioned.
With concerns to MSP for plants, Niranjan Reddy claimed preventing sunflower, growing any one of the 14 plants was not financially feasible for farmers. He suggested Sanjay to research as well as enhance his expertise concerning plants as well as farming prior to he talks prior to the general public.
While Sanjay was hailing the Centre’s statement to supply MSP for 14 plants, it might be kept in mind that as versus the MSP of Rs 2,060 per quintal introduced for paddy by the Centre, farmers were investing Rs 3,054 per quintal for paddy manufacturing, he claimed.
The Minister mentioned that Telangana was the only State to apply plans such as Rythu Bandhu, Rythu Bima, continuous power supply as well as watering, along with various other assistance to farmers as well as making sure advantageous cost for their fruit and vegetables. “The Modi government has a history of bringing three contentious farm laws and repealing them after apologising to farmers, who put up 16 months of relentless fight,” he claimed.
Niranjan Reddy looked for to recognize from Sanjay regarding why Gujarat was not executing the PM Fasal Bima Yojana if it worked as was being asserted by the BJP leaders. He suggested the BJP State president to gain from the errors of put on hold BJP speakers Nupur Sharma as well as Navin Jindal, as well as talk smartly.