Some farmers urge the State government to take responsibility for the paddy as soon as it arrives at the purchasing centres.
Paddy procurement centres have not been opened in most parts of Medak district making it difficult for the farmers to sell their produce.
A note purportedly written by them and recovered from the spot named seven persons including public representatives of Ramayampet and a police officer for harassing and forcing extreme measures.
Families of the victims say that the tongues of the hospitalised persons were swollen, rendering them incapable of speaking, their eyes kept swinging like a pendulum while they remained firmly frozen
TRS candidate V Yadav Reddy’s victory was more or less decided in the very first round of counting of votes cast in the combined Medak district for the Council elections.
MLA T Jayaprakash Reddy’s comments that the Congress will get at least 400 votes, 170 more than the party’s 230 votes, have sparked off intense debates in TRS circles.
The victim has been identified as Karanam Ravikumar, 40, belonging to Boguda Bhupathipur village under Havelighanpur mandal.
Farmers say that it is taking 15-20 days for the grain to be transported to rice mills, and that they have to request truck drivers and purchasing centre managers to move the grains.
The Minister added that it was wrong of Kishan to say that the farmers of the State were facing no problems.
It may be noted that officials have been conducting a survey since the 16th of this month over allegations that former minister Eatala Rajender has encroached the lands.
Reportedly, Rajitha got married to K Raju, who now has a second wife, around four years ago. The couple would often fight and arguments broke out between them on Monday night too.
Tension prevailed at Pulimamidi village of Chegunta mandal in Medak district after a man in police custody died.
Sangareddy Agriculture Officer B Narsimha Rao said that about 20,000 hectares of cotton had been reported damaged in the district so far.
Roads and Buildings Minister V Prashanth Reddy said the total plinth area of all these complexes would be about 1.3 lakh square feet and each of these would also have a helipad.
The sarpanches have borrowed and spent money on materials to complete works like Vaikuntha Dhamam, nature parks and Rythu Vedika in record time.