Minister’s House opposes: Farmers’ Association


The farmers’ union has demanded the immediate release of water to the lake and to provide scientific compensation to the affected farmers’ crops, including farmers’ bank debt waiver confusion, urging the farmers to meet their demands. The farmers’ union has decided to sit in front of District Deputy Minister C. Putturangasetti’s residence. The minister did not call the meeting to discuss farmers’ problems. Not responding to farmers’ problems. The Minister of Agriculture, Hennur Prakash, General Secretary, Dr. Ramesh Prakash, President of the Raitha Sangh, said that the minister will be held in front of the residence in Uppinamolai village of Yalandur taluk. Guruprasad said.

The pipeline has been completed to supply water to the Waddagere Lake in Gundlupete taluk under Huttur project. So soon the lake should be filled with water. However, the ministers and the legislators are not honest in this regard. Instead, he alleged that the water for the lake was mixed with the project.

The minister should give us the promise that water will be filled immediately to the lake. Otherwise, we warned that the motions that we begin on 10 will be continued indefinitely.

Hundreds of acres of banana crops have been destroyed by extreme winds and millions have been paid for farmers. Damaged. Lakhs of Rs. Is expensive. It is therefore unscientific that the government will provide a dump to farmers who have suffered a banana loss. Rs 13,000 per hectare banana loss The solution was justified.

There is a lot of confusion about bank lending. On the one hand, if the CM sends a letter to the farmers, the bank sends a notice to the farmers and instructs them to pay the loan. The governments have put the farmers in the dark. This is not okay. He demanded that the government take appropriate action.

He said that the minister’s house will be held in front of various issues, including debt relief, crop compensation and sugarcane pending.

Not looting: Karikal is still looting in the district and is unheard of. There is only one checkpoint district of mine department.

Only 12 to 15 tons of karika can be transported to the lorry for a time. However, 30 to 35 tonnes are being carried out. This is a kind of spoil. He alleged that even though such a large illegal district was in the district, the concerned people were not paying attention.

The meeting was attended by the farmers’ leaders Madrahi Mahadevappa, Prithvi and Vijayakumar.

The District Collector, GP Pillai, has recently been assigned to villages in the forest area of ​​Malale Mahadeswarpet. It is appreciated that senior officials such as CEO and Deputy Commissioner visited. Tens of kilometers on foot These officers know the situation in the distance. He said such senior officials have not yet gone to the village as a big lady.

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