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Rythu Vedika

Telangana constructs 2061 Rythu Vedikas

 On Wednesday, Telengana state Welfare Minister Koppula Eashwar said that 2061 Rythu Vedikas have been constructed across the states to assist farmers by providing technical support.

 

The Telangana Welfare Minister inaugurated Rythu Vedikas, Palle Prakruthi Vanams and CC roads in Rahavapatnam, Sriramulapalli, and Venugumatla of Gollapalli Mandal and also distributed Kalyanlaxmi checks to the beneficiaries on Wednesday. The minister while speaking on the occasion has started the Telangana is committed to make effort for the welfare of the farmers.

Telangana constructs 2061 Rythu Vedikas

Rythu Vedika
Rythu Vedika

 

Despite the financial crisis due to the pandemic, Rs 15,000 crore has been deposited by the state government as Rythu Bandhu amount in the bank accounts of farmers. The government has also spent Rs. 600 crores to build Rythu Vedikas building. According to Koppula Eshwar, the farmers used to cultivate paddy on 30 lakh acres. But due to government assistance in technical and monetary support, it grew to 1.30 lakh acres in the last few years. Eshwar gives the credit to the various welfare schemes provided to the farmers by Telangana Government. There is 24 hours of power supply, water supply ratio to agricultural land has also been increased by completing various irrigation projects. He also praised the fact that the Kaleshwaram lift irrigation scheme has also been completed within the down of one year.

 

Even in the pandemic, welfare scheme such as Aasara pensions, Rythu Bandhu, Rythu Bhima, Shadhi Mubarak or Kalyanalaxmi weren’t stopped. The Welfare Minister also criticised the central government by stating that while

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao’s government is taking steps for the all-round development and welfare of the farmers, the Centre is creating confusions with its heavily controversial farm laws.

The Rythu Vedika scheme was launched last year with the inauguration of the Rythu Vedika building at Kodakandla mandal headquarters town in Jangaon district by Chief Minister  K Chandrasekhar Rao.

Subhangee Guha

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