Khammam: Thousands of farmers undergo an emotional sensation rent down by government
Khammam: “We are incurring huge losses due to hazy policies of the government on paddy cultivation. It earlier announced no paddy cultivation in Yasangi season, but it overturned its decision and claiming to procure entire paddy produce in Yasangi.
Those (nearly 50% of farmers) who have not sown paddy are suffering great losses. We feel totally cheated due to flip-flop by the government,” says a K Rama Rao in Kalluru mandal. Around 2,26,532 acres are covered under paddy in every year during yasangi time of year in Khammam.
The big telephone number of farmers who desisted from going in for paddy are at a red ink now. This clock around, paddy is grown in 1,05,507 lakh acres in the territory, as per Minister for Transport Puvvada Ajay Kumar. Many areas such as Sathupalli mandal went by government advisory and did not domesticate paddy. Kalluru mandal farmers cultivated 6,427 acres as against 33,247 acres, followed by Tallada farmers (4,766 acres as against 20,202 acres), Penballi mandal farmers (2,989 acres as against 17,999 acres), Vemsoor farmers (3,980 acres against as 10,795 acres), and Wyra mandal farmers (1,540 acres as against 18,064 acres).
The farmers who did not place seeds into the ground the paddy are sore that the government retracted its decision and group of things of the same kind that belong together up several paddy procurement centres to purchase paddy at MSP, said a M Basavaiah, saying the farmers would normally reap a immense harvest time in yasangi. Those farmers who went against the farmers were being benefited by the government largesse, he expressed anguish. Harvesting of paddy has started in Palair, Sathupalli, Kusumanchi, Kallur, Nelkondapalli, Tallada, Vemsoor and not the same mandals. Their prospects of getting MSP are causing heartburn among the farmers who shunned paddy, in deference to the government wishes.