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    A farmer Jarpula Ravi in his paddy area in Dharma Thanda in Kusumanchi mandal of Khammam area

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    A farmer Jarpula Ravi in his paddy area in Dharma Thanda in Kusumanchi mandal of Khammam area

    Khammam: Both farming and also residential customers have actually come on to the roadways objecting government plans on power problems in the state. On the one side, the TSSPDCL has actually enforced Advanced Consumption Deposit (ACD) on the customers, on the various other the farmers were bugged by unscheduled power cuts impacting the plants throughout the Rabi period.

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    Unscheduled power cuts have actually struck farmers that have actually been planning for the Rabi period. Paddy, maize and also various other plants require standing water, however farmers are locating it challenging to plant seedlings as a result of power failures.

    Nowadays, the unscheduled power cuts enhanced in the area leaving the farmers astonished. Though the areas near Godavari river and also various other streams have some alleviation, various other areas deal with cut water lack as a result of unscheduled power cuts in the area.

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    While speaking with Hans India, a farmer Jarpula Ravi in Dharma Thanda in Kusumanchi mandal stated that as a result of unscheduled power cuts, the plants were perishing away progressively. Also, some plants ran out as a result of long term power cuts, he stated, including that he has actually invested concerning Rs 12,500 per acre.

    Another farmer Y Vamsi stated farmers maintained massive losses as a result of the floodings in the Kharif period. “Hoping completely, we have actually begun the Rabi period, however the plants were being run out as a result of unscheduled power cuts. He asked the government to provide nonstop power for 8 hrs throughout daytime.

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