Dharani portal, billed as a reform brought forth by the KCR administration in land registrations, is only adding to the cup of woes of the land owners.
Rao said that the State government has scrapped the land pooling process in the three districts of Hanamkonda, Warangal, and Jangaon bowing to the wishes of the farmers.
Planning Board Vice-Chairman: Goyal and Bandi deceived farmers over procurement, they must be held accountable
Farmers say that the three-phase power supply was being stopped from 6 pm to 12 pm daily, as against the government’s commitment to providing 24x7 uninterrupted power supply.
Though the price was Rs 2,200 per quintal during the first two weeks, the farmers are now being offered Rs 1,900.
Gangula says KCR govt will never leave Telangana tillers in the lurch
Agriculture department officials estimate farmers are cultivating paddy in 4,53,970 acres in Telangana as of January 12.
Recalling how farmers used to form serpentine queues to purchase fertilisers before 2014, he has asked the CM to introspect as to how that problem was solved after Prime Minister Modi came to power.
Presently, 66.61 lakh farmers have been registered under the Rythu Bandhu scheme, which covers 152.91 lakh acres, for which the State government would be releasing Rs 7,645 crore in total.
As the mango trees were being felled for digging up a canal purportedly to provide irrigation water to farmers, unable to bear the torturous sight, the farmer collapsed.
With land acquisition needed to build 17 sub-canals, Sangareddy ryots feel they aren’t getting enough compensation
The victim has been identified as Karanam Ravikumar, 40, belonging to Boguda Bhupathipur village under Havelighanpur mandal.
In a no-holds-barred attack on Bandi Sanjay Kumar and A Revanth Reddy, Rama Rao on Wednesday likened the BJP state president with an animal but claiming that the TPCC chief has 'lost his mind'.
Though police officials who were stationed there tried to disrupt the dharna, the farmers put up a stiff resistance.
The farmers alleged that the rice millers at Thatipalli IKP centre were trying to dupe them by trying to procure the crop for a very low price stating that the produce contains a lot of waste.