CM KCR to chair conference with farmers’ leaders from 26 States
Hyderabad: The State Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Saturday most likely to chair a conference with National Farmers Unions leaders from 26 States at Pragathi Bhavan on the present scenario in the farming industry in the country, besides steps taken by the State government in development of watering, farming and also power industries.
The leaders from various other States are currently at thePragathi Bhavan After morning meal, the leaders will certainly view a docudrama on the development attained by Telangana in farming, watering and also various other industries.
This will certainly be adhered to with a seminar under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister.
During the meeting, the Chief Minister would certainly go over the present scenario of farming industry in thecountry He would certainly likewise go over the developing steps being executed by Telangana Government in farming, watering and also power industries.
Special emphasis would certainly be laid on the application of farmer well-being programs in the State and also development of various other farming and also allied tasks.
The Chief Minister would certainly likewise have lunch with the leaders of the nationwide farmers’ organizations. The conference would certainly proceed after lunch.
Farmers from Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Punjab, Jharkhand and also others States had actually checked out Mallanna Sagar task in Siddipet as component of their 3- day research excursion to Kaleshwaram task and also farming reforms in Telangana.
Rythu Bandhu Samithi president Palla Rajeshwar Reddy had actually informed that the World’s Largest lift watering task was finished within a brief period 3.5 years.
The farmers hailed the Telangana Government’s dedication in creating a job at elevation of 557 metres and also assisting in enough supply of water to the farming area and also alcohol consumption water to families.
A couple of farmers from Karnataka stated save for a couple of leaders like previous Prime Minister Deve Gowda, very few had actually pursued the well-being of farming area. Chief Minister’s vision in creating Kaleshwaram task and also stimulating farming development was unrivaled, they stated.
Himansh Sonuwal Chauhan, a farmer from Uttar Pradesh valued Telangana Government’s Rythu Bandhu input aid system of prolonging Rs.10000 monetary help per acre per year for farmers. Though, Central Government was applying comparable system, there were numerous policies. But below in Telangana, there were no such troubles, he stated, including “Rythu Bima is another scheme, which speaks volumes about Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao’s vision for farmers welfare”.