Congress should first implement agricultural loan waivers in states it governs, says Telangana Minister KT Rama Rao


Reply to Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi’s “Warangal Declaration”Minister Telangana KT Rama Rao Saturday said his party should first implement agricultural loan exemptions and schemes like “Rythu Bandhu” in states he governs like Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan to show the country they can do it.

Rao wondered in what capacity Gandhi had come to Telangana. “Mom (Sonia Gandhi) is the leader of the party, she’s a model. Congress is an outdated party. If Congress is so pro-farmer, why did it lose in Punjab? There’s nothing again in the statement he made yesterday.Congress had also promised Rs 2 lakh loan waiver in 2018.They then lost and will continue to lose.He says that although he knows it will hurt Congress , UPA (United Progressive Alliance) created Telangana state Congress didn’t give Telangana people fought and got it TRS (Telangana Rashtra Samithi) don’t need Telangana ‘Being a ‘B’ or ‘C’ team, we are self-sufficient,” said the minister, who holds the portfolios of municipal administration and urban development, industries and commerce and information technology. in Warangal.

Rao said Congress is so divided that four leaders cannot sit together without complaining about each other. Referring to the Head of Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC), A Revanth Reddy, Rao said that a person charged in a note-for-vote case was seen with Rahul Gandhi.

Speaking in Warangal on Friday evening, Rahul Gandhi announced the “Declaration of Warangal” and said a Congress government in Telangana would agree to all farmers’ demands, including a Minimum Support Price (MSP) for all crops. . He said the party will introduce the “Indiramma Rythu Bharosa” scheme which will provide investment support of Rs 15,000 per acre per year to landlord farmers and tenant farmers.

Landless farm laborers would receive 12,000 rupees a year, Gandhi said. The establishment of a turmeric council, the reopening of sugar mills, crop insurance and legal land ownership documents for land given in alternative locations to farmers currently farming on forest land were some of the other promises he made.

Congress also proposed to abolish the “Dharani” portal launched by the ruling TRS government, saying it was causing problems for farmers. Gandhi also said that a Congress government would end the threat of fake seeds.


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