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    MP Nama Nageswara Rao says farming has become a festival in CM K Chandrasekhar Rao’s regime in Bonakal.

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    BRS Lok Sabha party leader and Khammam MP Nama Nageswara Rao had lunch with farmers during the Rythu Dinothsavam celebrations at Bonakal in Khammam district on Saturday. He spoke to the farmers about his own experiences growing up in a small farmer’s family and witnessing the challenges, losses, and tears that come with being a farmer. However, he noted that the situation has changed in Telangana since the formation of the state. Under the administration of Chief Minister KCR, farmers rejoice and celebrate the agricultural festival in every village.

    Nama spoke about the struggles that farmers faced in the past, including issues with cultivation, drinking water, power supply, and more. However, during KCR’s ten years as Chief Minister, Telangana has seen tremendous growth in all sectors, particularly in farmers’ welfare. Historical programmes such as Raitu Bandhu, Rythu Bima, and 24 hours free power supply to farm section have been rolled out to help farmers.

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    The MP stated that neighbouring states are looking at Telangana’s development model with hope and that the Kaleshwaram project will go down in history. He urged farmers to extend support to CM KCR in future elections so that he can accomplish more works for their welfare. Many farmers were given seeds on the occasion, and the MP had a meal with them at the Rythu Vedika.

    Rythu Bandhu district convener Nallamala Venkateswara Rao, district Telecom Advisory Board member Chittaru Simhadri Yadav, and other leaders and farmers from various villages participated in the programme.

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