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16/05/2018

DEPUTY CHIEF MINISTER AND EDUCATION MINISTER KADIYAM SRIHARI DISTRIBUTED CHECKS AND PASSBOOKS TO FARMERS IN VADLAKONDA

Warangal,May 16,(way2newstv.in):
Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Kadiyam Srihari said CM KCR continually thinks about revolutionary schemes that any farmer cannot make a king in the country. Did the Congress, the BJP and the other parties that ruled for 70 years think about the farmer? Questioned. As part of the farmer's relief program, Vadalkalda village and Jagamma distributed passbooks and checks to farmers today by Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari.


DEPUTY CHIEF MINISTER AND EDUCATION MINISTER KADIYAM SRIHARI DISTRIBUTED CHECKS AND PASSBOOKS TO FARMERS IN VADLAKONDA

Ponnala Lakshmaiah, who served as the Minister of Janata Gama and the Minister of heavy irrigation, wanted to fill the ponds here? Would you like to invest in a farmer or want farmers to waive off? The Deputy Chief Minister asked. Why did not this idea come to Congress leaders? What was the problem of agriculture four years ago, the farmers had been forced to take care of the farmers' arrival, fertilizers, seeds or irrigation? After the Telangana state, TRS Manifesto said that if they take power 9 hours of power will be given to the farm and promised that the farmers will be able to lend up to Rs 1 lakh as soon as they come to power. Fertilizers and seeds have been stocked before they are embarrassed, they are filling the ponds to irrigate, irrigation projects are being constructed. KCR, now the only Chief Minister with Rs 8000 / - per acre Rs 4000 acre for a farmer's investment. He said the farmer's scheme, which provides insurance of Rs 5 lakh to his family, will be implemented from June 2 this year if the farmer dies.

Earlier, Rs.25,000 was given for the marriage of the girl in poverty and the Rs. 75,000 was not enough and the CM had identified himself and it was now Rs 1,00,116. Similarly, KCR is giving a kit with 16 items, pregnant women before the delivery, next six months, Rs 12,000 for 2000, and an additional 1000 rupees in addition to Rs 13,000. There are no gurukulas in the country. Are such schemes running anywhere in the country? Questioned. The CM, who is thinking of all the sections in the state, has been asked to bless the KCR. Subsequently, they distributed passbooks and checks to farmers. Local MLA Muthir Reddy Yadagiri Reddy, Mandali Whip Bodekunti Venkateswara, Agros chairman Lingampalli Kishan Rao, Jadpi Chair Person Gaddala Padma, Collector Vinay Krishna Reddy, local leaders and officials participated in the program.


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