Telangana state Rythu Bandhu Samithi, Chairman, Palla Rajeshwar Reddy today said that rythu Vedikas will help the farmers develop and benefit.
He laid foundation for Rs 22 lakh Rythu vedika at Malyala village in Mahabubabad district. Later he said that efforts will be made to set up a polytechnic college in the village.
He appreciated Krishi Vignan Vedika organisers. Rajeshwar Reddy claimed that Rs 7000 cr released to give Rythu Bandhu help to about 54 lakh farmers.
Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao gets credit for the same and Rs 575 being spent to construct 2600 Rythu Vedikasin the state, he said.
Reddy also said that KCR git Rs 30000 cr loans and purchased cotton crops from the farmers. In just three years irrigation project completed and waters given to mid Maneru and lower Maneru areas he said. Regulated farming us another plan of KCR government to help benefit the farmers he said.