Paddy situation: Singireddy needs Centre to avoid its persistent mindset
Hyderabad/New Delhi: Agriculture Minister Singireddy Niranjan Reddy required the Centre to avoid its determined mindset in the direction of Telangana as well as acquire paddy from the State with no problems.
The Minister that remained in Delhi to participate in the TRS-led State government’s dharna on the concern of paddy purchase on Sunday asked the Centre not to subject farmers, that worked for increasing plants, to difficulties.
“The Centre should not underestimate the brewing anger of farmers and adopt a stubborn attitude in a bid to make its stand on the issue win. It should start procurement of paddy from Telangana,” he stated.
Stating that the Deeksha of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao in Delhi on Monday would certainly be historic, the Minister stated, “It is not an ordinary issue when an entire State has reached Delhi to register its protest. The Centre should not have dragged the issue to thus far.” He advised the Centre of exactly how when the Food Corporation of India as well as the after that Union Civil Supplies ministry turned down to acquire discoloured rice throughout the after that PM Atal Behari Vajpayee’s period in 2001-2002.
The Centre had actually stepped forward to acquire the discoloured rice in the general public rate of interest complying with the Punjab government’s frustration over the concern.
He likewise mentioned Akali Dal leader and afterwards Punjab Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal composed a letter to the Centre on behalf of farmers’ frustrations inDelhi Singireddy emphasized that it would certainly not decrease well for the Centre to take such a stand, as well as required purchase of paddy from Telangana with no problems.