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CM Revanth Reddy Makes Sensational Comments

No Change In Group-1 Exam Schedule: CM RevanthNo Change In Group-1 Exam Schedule: CM Revanth

Hyderabad, Feb 10 (Hydnow): Chief Minister Revanth Reddy has made sensational comments saying that the government is giving assurance of Rythu Bharosa etc to those farmers who do agriculture.

He said that during the tenure of KCR government, most of the people who are not the farmers and does no agriculture activity were given Rythu Bandhu.

The Chief Minister had a chit chat with the media persons after introducing the budget in the Assembly. he said that a real budget has been introduced in the Assembly and not a false budget like the previous government.

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The Chief Minister said that farmers loan waiver will be done for which discussions are going on with the Banks. He said that ration cards will be given if there are no ration cards for the schemes. Arogyasri schemes are being planned independently of ration cards.

He said that in this budget, his government is giving big support to the farmers of the state. It is alleged that the money spent in the budget introduced by the previous government is not commensurate with the money being spent. He said that his government has not made any cut in the budget for the debts and mistakes made by the previous government.. His government is the government of the people.

He said that his government is committed to the promises made in the Telangana elections. He said that they will soon give Rs.2 lakh loan waiver ( Runa Mafi ) to the farmers. Action will be taken for this, he said. During the previous government’s regime, the undeserving people benefited the most from the Rythu Bandhu scheme.

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He criticized that the previous government had given funds to Rythu Bandhu for hills, mounds and roads. Investors and Real Estate ( Real Estate ) companies have also been given the flag of Rythu Bandhu. He said that it is illegal to give Rythu Bandhu to the ineligible.

Rythu Bandhu ( Rythu Bandhu) rules will be reviewed. He said that his government will give Rs.15 thousand per acre under Rythu Bharosa. Bhatti explained in the Assembly that new guidelines are being made to provide farmer assurance to tenant farmers as well. He said that a new seed policy will soon be adopted for the welfare of farmers. Bhatti Vikramarka assured that his government will provide support price for every crop henceforth. (Hydnow)


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