In Kokapet and Adibatla, it was local politicians and authorities who interacted with private water sellers
When Yellaiah, 69, collapsed while standing in the queue in Siddipet, the district represented by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao himself, the situation in the town became surcharged.
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Bhatti Vikramarka said that the farmer’s death was caused by the government’s inability to make urea available for ryots.
The agriculture department has recently submitted a report to the government stating that the sale of glyphosate in Telangana has been on the rise for the past two years.
According to official sources in Nalgonda, under the left canal, the total ayacut in combined Nalgonda district was 3 lakh acres, and in the combined Khammam district, it was 6 lakh acres.
Though authorities had acquired their land in 2017 after promising that their compensation would be paid within three months, the farmers still await the compensation.
HamaraFarmers.com provides a platform for vegetable farmers to decide their prices, and facilitate delivery of the produce for them as well.
According to information, Bheemapogu Seetamma, a resident of SC colony in Julurpad mandal, owns one acre and 20 kuntas of inherited land.
More than 30 podu cultivators staged a sit-in dharna, obstructing the forest department’s tractors and demanded that the officials leave the fields immediately.
The petitioners’ counsel told the court that the authorities were trying to forcibly dispossess the petitioners from their lands without compensation.
As the Kharif season nears, podu cultivators in Telangana continue to be harassed by forest officials trying to restrict them from even ploughing their lands.
From this crop season, the State government is giving Rs 5,000 per acre per farmer, to meet investment costs like the purchase of fertilisers.
Earlier, nearly 50 farmers from Nizamabad had travelled to Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh to take on Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is seeking re-election there.
Speaking to Express from Varanasi, the farmers alleged that certain individuals -- allegedly sleuths of the Central intelligence agencies -- have been following them.