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    The Cabinet Sub-Committee on Rythu Bharosa is starting district visits to get feedback from the public about giving financial support to farmers under the scheme for the next farming season. The committee, led by Deputy Chief Minister Bhatti Vikramarka, will visit several districts in a nine-day tour until July 23.

    During the visits, the sub-committee will meet with different groups of people to talk about the challenges farmers are facing and how they can benefit from the Rythu Bharosa scheme. They will also discuss providing financial help to tenant farmers, which has been a long-standing demand.

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    The Congress party introduced the Rythu Bharosa scheme to replace Rythu Bandhu, and they plan to increase the benefit from Rs 5,000 per acre to Rs 7,500 each farming season. Bhatti mentioned that these workshops will help gather opinions from the public before finalizing the guidelines for implementing the scheme.

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    Every taxpayer has the right to share their thoughts with the subcommittee during the workshops. The committee will make decisions based on the feedback they receive during these visits.

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