Telangana Government’s Marquee Scheme, Raithu Bandhu is going places and is on its way to becoming the Torch Bearer Scheme like that of NTR’s Two Rupees A Kilo Rice. Rythu Bandhu is being implemented by various State Governments across the country. States like Odisha, Jharkhand, and West Bengal are already implementing the scheme.
And now, the Maharashtra Government is also mulling the same scheme. The Maharashtra government has decided to credit farmers’ money directly to their bank accounts on a monthly or yearly basis. State government officials said the amount could be anything from Rs 5,000 to Rs 10,000 a year.
However, unlike the Telangana Government, the State Government is planning to a cap on the number of acres that a farmer could get this benefit. In Telangana, even a 50-100-acre landholding would make the farmer eligible for the largesse. Earlier, there were reports that even the central government is mulling the scheme ahead of the Parliament Elections.
But then sources say there is a very little time to implement the scheme across the nation. If more states begin to follow the scheme, it could become an iconic scheme like that of NTR’s Two Rupees A Kilo Rice which is following even today in several states. Rythu Bandhu is also such scheme which cannot be withdrawn like the Rice Scheme of NTR once it is introduced. In such a way, KCR will be immortalized like NTR.Don't MissAllu Arjun Switches on to Fitness Mode'All is well when it ends well'. This is a popular quotation in English that...Don't MissTrailer Talk: Compelling Horror by the Lady SuperstarThe upcoming film of the south Indian Lady Superstar, Airaa is already carrying a great...Don't MissTwo Mistakes of Pawan Kalyan in 24 HoursJanasena President Pawan Kalyan is darkhorse in these elections between two heavyweights like TDP and...Don't MissKA Paul Mocks Pawan Kalyan's DanceJust imagine KA Paul mocking Pawan Kalyan's signature dance steps! How would it be? In...Don't MissWill Pawan Kalyan Films Be Banned on TV?Election Commission has taken a surprising decision. It has banned the films of Sumalatha and...