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    Chief Minister Revanth Reddy spoke at a Congress election meeting in Armoor about the importance of farmers in shaping the political landscape. He highlighted how farmers in Nizamabad played a crucial role in defeating former MP and MLC K Kavitha. Now, he urged the farmers to teach another politician, D Arvind, a lesson for making promises about a ‘turmeric board’.

    Drawing parallels between Nizamabad farmers and those in Haryana and Punjab who fought against controversial farm laws, Revanth Reddy emphasized the need for an MP who truly understands the struggles of the agricultural community. He criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi for making empty promises about establishing a turmeric board during his recent visit to the constituency.

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    Revanth Reddy also took a dig at former Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, highlighting his success in fulfilling promises like the ‘Rythu Bandhu’ scheme for farmers. He challenged KCR to live up to his word on loan waivers and asserted that he would ensure the funds reach the farmers by August 15.

    Additionally, the Chief Minister pledged support for sugarcane farmers and promised funds for functional sugar factories. He also assured that a new municipal building would be constructed in Armoor with a budget of Rs 16 crore after the elections.

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    In conclusion, Revanth Reddy reiterated his commitment to addressing the needs of farmers and fulfilling promises made to various sectors of society post-elections.

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