While addressing the gathering, Talasani said that the Chief Minister has introduced various schemes with a vision to improve the lives of the Telugus.
The Minister said that Telangana has already invited proposals from oil companies to allocate areas for the purchase of crop from farmers.
Reddy directed the officials to procure complete seed stocks by September end and ensure that farmers get the seeds on time.
Though the State government took up the matter with the Centre, there were some problems in supplying urea, he said.
Though the authorities had planned on commissioning the urea plant in June, it was deferred to September due to the pandemic.
Speaking to reporters later, Niranjan Reddy said that they would open new purchase centres, if necessary, to avoid farmers coming to towns and cities from far off places.
When asked if the State government would put a cap on amount for farmers who own more than five acres or 10 acres of land, the Minister clarified that there was no such plan.
Reddy observed that when all the political parties that came to power in erstwhile Andhra Pradesh, in the last 60 years, neglected the development of the town, TRS ensured its development.
He stated that the country did not suffer in the past due to world economic crisis only because of the strong co-operative system.