Etela warns Govt of holding protest programs at collectorates
Hyderabad, Nov.24 (Maxim News): BJP MLA Etela Rajender today warned the state government of holding protest programs at all district Collectorates if it did not buy paddy from the farmers within the next four days.
He alleged that the state government was playing with lives of the farmers of the state and added that CM KCR was responsible for the problems of the farmers. He made these remarks While addressing media persons at Kamalapur .
Speaking on the occasion he said that the CM did not have any Vision about the procurement of the paddy . He said that the farmers were facing a lot of problems due to the continuous drenching and sprouting of the paddy . He alleged that the CM was doing politics on the issue by linking the procurement of the paddy to the next season. He warned KCR Of not playing with the lives of the farmers of the state . (Maxim News)
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