T Farmers Need Compensation For Crop Loss: Kavitha calls Modi
NEW DELHI: TRS MP from Nizamabad, Kavitha, today called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and urged him to take an immediate decision to bifurcate the Hyderabad High Court to enable the two Telugu states to have their own courts, besides giving suitable financial compensation to farmers in Telangana, who suffered huge crop loss due to unseasonal rains.
Kavitha informed Modi that Telangana farmers suffered heavy losses of general crops in 50,000 acres and fruit crops in 32,000 acres. She also apprised Modi of the urgent need to release 2,000 crore rupees from 13th Finance Commission to Telangana State.
Talking to media persons after submitting a memorandum to Modi, Kavitha said she had urged the center to set up of a turmeric board and industrial parks in Nizamabad district.
“I also appealed to the Prime Minister to sanction skill development centers to Telangana Jagruthi under PMKVY scheme to provide employment opportunities to students, who dropped out of Class X and Intermediate, she said.
She also said she had sought sanction of a new railway line at Dichpalli and speeding up of Nizamabad-Peddapalli railway works. (NSS)