Chief Minister Sri K Chandrashekhar Rao will launch the scheme in Huzurabad town on May 10.The Minister organised a preparatory meeting along with ZPTCs, MPTCs, single window chairmen, CESS directors, farmers’ coordination committee, agriculture market committee presidents, officials of agriculture, TSRTC and revenue departments at Podupu Bhavan in Sircilla on Sunday.
Speaking on the occasion, Minister said that Rythu Bandhu was going to attract the entire nation. The scheme, which would be a role model in the country would become a big success since it was going to be launch from Karimnagar, he added.
Not less than 25,000 farmers should be mobilised for the programme from 13 mandals and two Assembly constituencies of the district.
About 500 buses, including 200 each of Sircilla and Vemulawada constituencies and 50 each of Illanthakunta and Boinpalli, would be engaged to carry farmers for the meeting.
Vemulawada MLA Ch Ramesh Babu and TESCOB chairman Kondur Ravinder Rao would coordinate Vemulawada and Sircilla segments. Buses should start at 8 am and reach meeting venue by 10 am.
From May 11, cheques should be distributed to farmers from 7 am to 11 am in the morning and 4 pm to 6 pm in the evening. Cheques of farmers who migrated to gulf countries in search of employment should be given after May 17, he instructed officials and asked public representatives to inform it to their family members.
Stating that it was common to develop small problems while implementing such a big programme, KTR advised public representatives to bring the issue to the notice of the officials and solve them.