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Telangana's KCR Says Centre Not Keeping Promise To Double Farmers' Income


Telangana's KCR Says Centre Not Keeping Promise To Double Farmers' Income

Bengaluru:

Telangana Chief Minister Okay Chandrashekhar Rao right this moment requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to keep up the price of fertilisers at this time stage, urging the Centre to bear further prices, if any. He mentioned that this could be sure that the farmers aren’t burdened.

In a letter to PM Modi, Mr Rao mentioned by elevating the fertilizer costs, growing gas fees and “defective” fixation of Minimal Assist Value (MSP), the Centre isn’t solely contributing to surge in the price of cultivation to farmers, but additionally not assembly the promise of NDA Authorities to “double” the farmers’ revenue.

He claimed that within the final six years, the revenue of farmers has declined.

KCR alleged that apart from MSP, the Centre has no dependable mechanism to make sure a value assure to farmers for his or her crop yields.

He additional alleged that the Centre has turned “blind eye” to the growing costs of fertilizers over the past six years, whereas encouraging the states to take up campaigns to cut back urea and DAP consumption.

The letter comes simply months after the Prime Minister introduced a withdrawal of three controversial farm legal guidelines.

KCR is trying to rally the assist of farmers as he tries to sew collectively a Federal Entrance comprising ‘secular and democratic’ events.

At a public assembly in Hyderabad lastyear, KCR had mentioned he intends to take up a political management position on the problems of farmers.

KCR has in truth introduced financial compensation to households of farmers who died in the course of the farm regulation protests on the outskirts of Delhi and urged the Centre to do the identical.

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