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    BRS working president KT Rama Rao recently spoke out against the Congress party, claiming that in just six months they have brought back issues that have plagued the state for over six decades. He pointed out power cuts, electricity sub-station sieges, burnt motors, blown transformers, and a return of inverters and generators after a long absence.

    Additionally, Rama Rao mentioned the sight of irrigated or dry crop fields, tankers in fields instead of tractors, dripping water or empty ponds, farmers receiving notices to pay old debts, delays in Rythu Bandhu payments, and the struggles of farmers whose paddy was not being procured. He also highlighted the return of farmer suicides after a period of relative decline.

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    Rama Rao’s comments on Twitter drew attention to the deteriorating situation in the state under the current Congress-led government. The resurgence of these long-standing issues has reignited concerns for the welfare of farmers and the overall state of agriculture in the region.

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