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Sunday, November 21, 2021

The government of this state will give Rs 3 lakh to the families of the farmers who lost their lives during the farmers' agitation.

A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the withdrawal of three agricultural laws, Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) party chief and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Saturday evening paid tributes to the families of farmers who sacrificed their lives during the farmers' agitation. Announced to give assistance amount of three lakh rupees And demanded the central government to announce to provide Rs.25 lakh each to the bereaved families of farmers.

Addressing a press conference in Hyderabad, Chief Minister KCR Rao said that the government has allocated Rs 22 crore for this humanitarian work (for assistance) and requested farmers' movement leaders to send details of farmers killed during the agitation. did. More than 700 farmers were killed during the anti-agriculture law movement.

Congratulating the farmers for winning the three controversial agriculture laws, Chief Minister Rao also demanded the central government to withdraw all cases registered against farmers and those who supported farmers during the farmers' agitation. He also demanded to bring a Bill and Act on Minimum Support Price in the coming Parliament session for the benefit of the farmers of the country and to implement the Annual Procurement Policy in advance by the Food Corporation of India.

Apart from demanding withdrawal of the Electricity Amendment Bill, Rao also demanded that the central government should clarify about the increase in procurement of paddy for kharif and boiled rice in rabi as requested by the Telangana government.