BRS getting good response from farmers: Gurnam Singh


Gurnam Singh Chaduni stated that farmers across the nation were very impressed with the schemes and programs being implemented by CM KCR.

Date of publication – 21:41, Friday – 23 December 22

BRS receives good response from farmers: Gurnam Singh

Gurnam Singh Chaduni stated that farmers across the nation were very impressed with the schemes and programs being implemented by CM KCR.

New Delhi: Bharat Rashtra Kisan Samithi President Gurnam Singh Chaduni stated that farmers across the nation were very impressed by the schemes and programs being implemented by Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao for Telangana farmers and showing interest in joining BRS.

Addressing a press conference on Friday, BRS general secretary Gurnam Singh Chaduni and Ravi Kohad said that Bharat Rashtra Kisan Samithi BRS leader Chandrashekhar Rao’s message of “Aab Ki Baar Kisan Sarkar” was being carried to the farmers very effectively.

“We are getting very good responses from the farmers. They are very impressed with the schemes being implemented by the Telangana government for the welfare of farmers. They want these schemes to be implemented in their States,” he said.

Chaduni pointed out that Kisan Samithi leaders were interacting with farmers, informing them about schemes like Rythu Bandhu, in which the Telangana government gave Rs 10,000 per acre to farmers every year and Rs 5 lakh to farmers’ kin in case of death.

He said that the Telangana government was providing 24X7 free electricity to the farmers, which was helping them increase their productivity.

He informed that due to the welfare measures taken by the State government, not a single farmer has committed suicide in Telangana in the last eight years due to the economic situation. On the other hand, farmers in other parts of the country committed suicide every half hour, he said.

“When a state can be developed in eight years, why not the country. It is necessary to put the government in favor of the farmers at the center”, he said.

Chaduni stated that the Bharat Rashtra Kisan Samithi would not rest until the conditions of the farmers improved.

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