Saturday, December 12, 2015

KCR corporate farmer : Varavara

Revolutionary writer and Virasam leader Varavara Rao said Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao was the best example of a corporate farmer as he was cultivating capsicum and other crops in his farmhouse and this was actually a living style in America.

He observed that the trend of owning a farmhouse and doing agriculture in big tracts was fast catching up in Telangana while small and marginal farmers are disappearing from the agriculture scene due crisis in Agriculture.

Varavara Rao was in Adilabad to receive senior Naxalite Kursinge Mothi Bai who was released from district jail on Saturday.

He observed that suicidal tendencies are increasing among the people including students, prisoners and farmers and society is becoming ‘suicidal society’
Varavara Rao alleged the ruling government is cancelling the earlier proposed irrigation projects on river Godavari in the Godavari valley on the direction of World Bank after finding huge deposits of minerals in the surveys in the Telangana.

He alleged that State and Central governments are evacuating the Adivaisi from their traditional habitat in the name of Tiger Reserves in Adilabad and Mahaboobnagar district eyeing on rich deposits of minerals and further alleged that former Union Minister Jairam Ramesh stayed in Mahboobnagar for two days when he was Minister and subsequently hundreds of acres of forest lands with rich minerals was allocated to multinational company for mining.