Telangana: KCR launches Rythu Bandhu Scheme

HYDERABAD: B Sanjiva Reddy of Dharmarajupalem, on Thursday, changed into the proud owner of a brand new passbook when Telangana chief Minister KCR passed him the primary cheque whilst launching the Rythu Bandhu Scheme at Dharmarajupalle-Indiranagar in Huzurabad constituency of the Karimnagar district on Thursday.

The sceme will be certain that, farmers will get Rs 8,000 in step with acre in step with year for two plants.

"Of 2.nine crore acres land in the state, about 2.3 crore acres of land were verified and around 1.4 crore acres of them were identified as cultivable land. Whether they absorb cultivation or no longer, the federal government will factor cheques as well as passbooks to all 58 lakh eligible farmers for this season,” Chandrashekhar Rao announced.



The distribution of cheques and passbooks used to be launched by other people’s representatives and district officers across the state.

“We have water, energy and investment. Now we will be able to struggle with the Centre for Minimum Support Price for all plants,” KCR stated, not easy the central executive to hyperlink Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme with agriculture and allow the federal government to undergo 50 in step with cent of farm-labour expenses.


Simultaneously, the distribution of cheques and passbooks used to be launched by other people’s representatives and district officers across the state.


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