BJP leaders staging dharnas demanding the State to purchase paddy was meaningless, said Reddy, addressing a press meet.
Urging the farmers to understand the situation, Minister A Indrakaran requested them to cultivate alternative crops during Yasangi.
According to sources in the District Planning Office, a special development fund of Rs 100 crore has been released for the Huzurabad Assembly constituency.
BJP MLA Shivaraj Patil also raised the concerns faced by farmers in the region and said that Raichur would progress if it was merged with Telangana.
Huzurabad battle will be between Rythu Bandhu and 'rythu drohis', asserts Telangana Finance Minister
Telangana Finance Minister T Harish Rao was speaking after laying the foundation stone for Yadava Sangam building at Dhammakkapet in Huzurabad, on Wednesday.
Telangana Congress Chief A Revanth Reddy also lodged a complaint with the Medical Council of India against the Malla Reddy group of medical colleges.
Finance Minister T Harish Rao urged people not to be “swept away” by the allegations of the BJP and some unions about Dalit Bandhu this time.
The Forum requested the Governor to direct the Chief Secretary of Telangana for rationalisation of the 'Rythu Bandhu' scheme to avoid squandering of public money under the scheme.
In the meantime, he also mentioned that a Dr BR Ambedkar Community Hall will be constructed at Cherial in Siddipet, at an estimated cost of Rs 1.25 crore.
When a person said that he would start a chicken centre, the CM said that just Rs 50,000 was enough for a chicken centre and advised him to think big and start a big business.
CM K Chandrasekhar Rao, however added that the Telangana government would continue to implement development and welfare schemes for the good of the people, without linking them to elections.
Referring to rumours that Maoists recently wrote a letter to him, condemning his political move, BJP leader Eatala Rajender requested the citizens not to believe such fake news spread by TRS.
Chown Aravind, 35, a farmer from Thadiathnoor village in Narnoor mandal had taken a crop loan and had suffered losses.
Any amount which had been withheld/adjusted shall be credited back to the accounts of farmers, Harish Rao said.
From the year 1959 to 2017, farmers of this village had taken up agricultural work without interruption and had possessed old passbooks.