40 Maharashtra villages Appeals merger with Telangana State

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40 Maharashtra villages seek merger with Telangana

The most attractive schemes of the Telangana government initiated for the formers of the Telangana by Chief Minister K Chandra Shekar Rao are not only attracting the formers of Telangana but also the ryots all over the southern states of India

It has come into the picture that the sarpanches of nearly 40 villages in and around the Babli project in Dharmabad Taluqa in Maharashtra have requested and raised an appeal to the chief minister of Telangana to merge their villages in Telangana so that their farmers can get the benefits of Rhythu Bandhu Scheme.

Under the leadership of Dharmabad Sarpanch and Babli Sarpanch Sanghatan president Baburao Ganpatrao Kadam, about Forty Sarpanches of Dharmabad taluqa met Nizamabad Rural MLA Mr. Bajireddi Goverdhan on Tuesday at Dichpally and appealed for the merger of their villages in Telangana so that they could get Rythu Bandhu benefits for their villages’ farmers.

They appealed KCR in a letter highlighting the problems they are currently they are facing in the agriculture and also the points on the negligence of the government towards the formers.

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Baburao Kadam said that the neighboring farmers in TS had not only got MSP for Bengal gram and other crops but could also avail of the benefit of 8K per acre of the crop for two seasons under the Rythu Bandhu Incentive scheme. The Scheme, in fact, is attracting the Maharashtra formers as it is helping them directly in the investment for the crop and so they appealed to the CM of Telangana through the local MLA and also they would write the same to Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis on the issue.

Nizamabad Member of Parliament, K Kavitha also made the disclosure of the Maharashtra farmers at the Rythu Bandhu meeting held at Jakranpally village and said that not only Telangana farmers were getting attracted to KCR’s schemes, but also farmers from neighbouring States like Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh were also putting great attention towards the schemes of Telangana.

MP, K Kavitha showed the letter at the meeting and said that they would soon send this letter to the Chief Minister. She said that the CM had launched construction of irrigation projects, provided 24/7 power supply, quality seeds, and fertilizers, and built godowns for the benefit of ryots. Kavitha participated in the mass meal programme with woman farmers along with Nizamabad rural MLA Bajireddi Goverdhan and distributed Rythu Bandhu cheques and pattadar passbooks.

 

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