T’gana to give Rs 3L each for farmers killed in agitation – Hyderabad News

Addressing a information convention, he demanded the Centre to pay Rs 25 lakh each to the households of deceased farmers.

The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) chief stated that it’s the duty of the Centre to handle the households of farmers who died throughout the protest over its flawed insurance policies.

Terming the Centre’s choice to repeal three farm legal guidelines a fantastic victory for farmers, he additionally demanded that withdrawal of all circumstances booked towards farmers.

He stated hundreds of circumstances have been booked towards famers and others who supported them and these included even circumstances of sedition.

KCR, as Rao is popularly identified, advised Prime Minister Narendra Modi {that a} mere apology is not going to assist and that he ought to announce withdrawal of all circumstances.

The Chief Minister identified that Disha Ravi of Bangalore was arrested for tweeting in assist of farmers. Several others like her have been booked for exhibiting solidarity with agitating farmers.

The TRS chief additionally demanded that the Centre deliver Minimum Support Price (MSP) Act in the following Parliament session.

“Farmers are demanding minimum support price, not maximum price for their produce. This is a just demand and the Act should be passed without any delay,” he stated.

KCR additionally wished the Centre to take again Electricity Bill and warned that if handed, it’ll set off nation-broad protests by farmers. He claimed that the proposed legislation will hurt the pursuits of farmers as meters can be put in for their electrical energy connections.

“Telangana is giving 24 hour quality power to agriculture sector but by bringing this law, the Centre is pressurizing the state to install meters for agriculture connections,” he stated.

The chief minister introduced {that a} staff of officers led by Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar and a delegation of state ministers will go away for New Delhi on Sunday to demand the Centre to make its stand clear on procurement of paddy from the Centre.

KCR stated regardless of repeated requests, the Centre was not responding. He demanded that the central authorities fixe clear annual goal of paddy procurement in order that the state authorities can information the farmers accordingly.

The chief minister stated if obligatory he would meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the problem of paddy procurement.

“After the Centre makes its stand clear, we will advise farmers on what to cultivate during the coming season,” he stated and guaranteed that the state authorities will procure total paddy cultivated throughout wet season.

The TRS chief additionally slammed the Centre for delay in deciding the share of Telangana in Krishna and Godavari river waters. He stated although seven years had handed since formation of Telangana state, the Centre had nonetheless not fastened its share of waters. Demanding that the Centre arrange a tribunal to repair the state’s share, he warned that additional delay on the problem would evoke enormous protest. He wished the Centre not to take a look at the state’s persistence.

KCR additionally reiterated that the Centre undertake caste census of backward lessons as this could assist in evolving acceptable insurance policies and programmes for their welfare.

“The Centre is saying it’s a sensitive issue. Why it’s a sensitive issue. We have caste system in the country. Why should we be ashamed of it. Are the governments not issuing caste certificates,” he requested.

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