Jagadish Reddy said that not only the people, but also a section of Congress leaders hated the cheap politics of their party leaders.
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Attending the swearing-in ceremony of Agricultural market committee of Tirumalgiri, Jagadish Reddy said the bold decisions taken up by the Chief Minister showing results in changing the lives of farmers as well people of all sections of the society
Along with the officials of the irrigation department, Jagadish Reddy inspected the Musi canal at Pillalamarri and made several suggestions to the engineers on its maintenance
Minister said that the experience gained by Rama Rao during Telangana agitation had enabled him to emerge as a good leader and administrator
Energy Minister G Jagadish Reddy planted saplings in his agricultural farm located on the outskirts of Hyderabad.
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Ahead of the proposed visit, Minister Jagadish Reddy met the family members of Santosh Babu at Vidya Nagar and informed them about the CM’s visit to their house.
State government launched regulated farming to increase the incomes of the farmers by utilising this potentiality, Minister informed
Jagadish Reddy said farmers of Telangana have seen the worst during the Congress government in united Andhra Pradesh when they were subjected to lathi-charges to get seeds and fertilisers.
Minister says, State government had taken up regulated farming to encourage farmers to cultivate crops based on market demand
Jagadish Reddy said Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao had designed the regulated farming to switch over to the demand-supply-based agriculture.
He said the Chief Minister had already opposed the Bill as there are ample indications that the entire electricity sector will be privatised soon.
This will help the consumer to stay in the present slab even though the consumption will be double as there was no meter reading during lockdown.
"We can defeat any virus with self-confidence and precautionary measures," he said.
Minister Jagadish Reddy said that measures would be taken up to see restrictions imposed due to lockdown would not become a hurdle for procurement of paddy in any way.