Supervisor Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Friday blocked giving the Rythu Bandhu sop of Rs 4,000 for each area of land per season to tenant farmers. Giving the sop direct to tenant farmers may give them proprietorship rights, he struggled.
“We will give the sop just to arrive proprietors. It’s up to the attentiveness of the land proprietor, paying little heed to whether to give the same to the tenant farmer, in case he himself isn’t doing agriculture. In case we give the sop to tenant farmers particularly, it may give them ownership rights and may incite legal issues,” Mr Rao said while keeping an eye on an open assembling in Gadwal resulting to setting up the structure stone for the Gattu lift water framework wander.
It is thusly that the organization had cleared the ‘enjoyers’ area in the pattadar passbooks. “Simply the name of the landowner is being printed,” he said.
Clarifying his stand, Mr Rao expressed, “People give their homes on rent to others in Jubilee Hills, Banjara Hills or some other place. Do they agree to enter the name of the tenants in their property enlistment reports un-der the ‘enjoyers’ section? For what reason should just farmers be constrained to do in that capacity?”
Mr Chandrasekhar Rao searched for re-race of the TRS government in the cutting-edge Assembly choices to pass on forward the welfare and change inspiration that he began since 2014.