CM KCR of Telangana inaugurated Rythu Vedika here on Saturday in Kodakandla village in Jangaon district. Later, 'Palle Prakruti Vanam' was inspected by the CM. Rythu Vedikas are designed for farmers, a place to address steps to be adapted to increase imports, encourage greenery, crops to be grown and other agricultural issues.
The TS CM, speaking on the occasion, expressed his pleasure at the opening of the Rythu Vedika project, one of a kind to help farmers. " Farmers across the nation have no place to address agriculture, advanced technology to be used to generate high crop yields, imports , exports, crop damage, and more. Farmers who are not seen in our country are subsidised by other countries such as the USA and Europe. Even if the state government wishes to help the farmers, the central government imposes restrictions on the purchase of paddy," KCR said citing the statement of the Food Corporation of India (FCI) which stated that paddy couldn't be purchased above Rs 1,888.
On Saturday, KCR used the Rythu Vedika forum to tear into the farm policy of the central government, urging state farmers to fiercely condemn the farm bills introduced by the government of Modi. He said the government of Telangana would firmly oppose farm bills as they would adversely affect farmers, causing the agriculture sector to suffer heavy losses. "The bills are really going to benefit retailers and corporations and not farmers," he said. The Central Government was accused by KCR of treating states like 'beggars' and attempting to impose the farm bills on states. He also ripped the power sector reforms of the union government into the Modi government, calling them "draconian." He said the power sector would go into the central government's hands and place a huge burden on the states.
On farmers' subsidies, KCR said that advanced economies offer farm sector subsidies. Even if the state government wants to offer farmers subsidies, a roadblock would be placed in place by the central government. He said, "The central government is doing great injustice to farmers across the country." He called upon state farmers to agitate with a clenched fist against the central government 's farm policies. The Chief Minister said his government would set up 2,604 Rythu Vedikas, land for farmers across the state, to inaugurate the first Rythu Vedika at Kodakandla village in Jangaon district. Each Rythu Vedika will be set in an area of 5,000 acres. " In the whole world, Rythu Vedika is the first initiative of its kind. To build 2,604 Rythu Vedika, the government will invest Rs 600 crore. The Rythu Vedikas will help you get paid rates, better marketing facilities, greater efficiency, and eventually make farming profitable, "he said.
The inauguration of the first Rythu Vedika was attended by Ministers Errabelli Dayakar Rao, Nirajan Reddy, Satyavati Rathod, Rythu Bandhu State President Palla Rajeshwar Reddy, Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar, several MPs, MLAs and MLCs.