TRS, BJP are anti-farmer: Seethakka
Mulugu: The BJP-led Centre as well as the TRS government in the State pressed farmers right into torment with their plans, AICC Women’s wing basic assistant as well as Mulugu MLA Seethakka pen names Danasari Anasuya claimed. Speaking at the Rachabanda program at Pogullapally town under Kothaguda mandal on Tuesday, she insisted that the Congress will certainly bring light in the lives of farmers with its guarantees stated in the ‘Warangal Declaration’.
“KCR government failed to fulfill the aspirations of the people, especially the poor, who had high expectations in the separate Telangana. KCR who made tall promises such as double bedroom houses, KG to PG free education etc deceived people,” Seethakka claimed. On the various other hand, farmers have actually been encountering horrible issues without advantageous costs for their fruit and vegetables, she included.
Congress’ Warangal Declaration will certainly fix all the issues of the farmers, Seethakka claimed, describing their guarantees such as Rs 2 lakh plant finance waiver, economic help of Rs 15,000 per acre per year to farmers consisting of occupant farmers, Rs 12,000 help to NREGS employees, connecting of NREGS with farming etc.
The Congress will certainly additionally offer advantageous costs to all the plants, besides promoting a far better plant insurance plan, if it was elected to power, she claimed. Seethakka claimed that the questionable Dharani site will certainly additionally be terminated.
Seethakka implicated the State Government of taking land from Adivasis that have actually been exercising Podu for numerous years. “The then Congress Government led by YS Rajasekhara Reddy granted Podu rights to Adivasis, and the present TRS establishment is snatching the land from tribals in the name of Haritha Haram,” she claimed.
Congress mandal president V Saraiah, TPCC organising assistant Challa Narayana Reddy, previous ZPTC Kandimalla Madhusudhan Reddy, S Mogili, B Vijaya, Roop Singh, P Pushpalatha as well as K Jampaiah were to name a few existing.