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PNS|Hyderabad

Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has announced some good news for Telangana farmers. KCR has directed Finance Minister T. Harish Rao to start releasing Rythu Bandhu funds to farmers for the Yasangi season from December 28.

Rythu Bandhu funds, starting from one acre, as usual, will be credited to the bank accounts of all farmers by Sankranthi. For this, the government will deposit Rs 7,600 crore in farmers’ bank accounts.

It may be recalled that through the Rythu Bandhu scheme, the government is providing crop investment to farmers at the rate of Rs 10,000 per acre for both Vanakalam and Yasangi seasons.

The scheme, which is considered revolutionary in the country’s agriculture sector, is delivering good results. Along with free irrigation, free electricity, and farm insurance, a revolutionary development has taken place in Telangana by providing direct credit in the bank accounts of farmers to take up farming.

The Telangana government’s pro-farmer measure not only stands as the best example for the country but also has led to a paradigm shift in the country’s agricultural sector.
KCR’s pro-agriculture moves have made Telangana the leader in paddy production in the country.

The Telangana government’s agricultural policies are influencing the neighbouring states and the Centre paving the way for agricultural growth. The Centre stopped the release of Rs 40,000 crore which was rightfully due to Telangana under various schemes and programmes. The Centre is trying to make the people of Telangana suffer by not releasing funds due to the state creating financial problems.

Despite the Centre creating hurdles, the Telangana government is not compromising on helping farmers and is releasing Rythu Bandhu funds in time to farmers every season.

KCR has issued clear instructions to the Finance Secretary to release Rythu Bandhu funds to all farmers in full and on time without any deductions. This decision is proof of KCR’s sincerity and commitment towards farmers and agriculture.

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