TPCC chief Revanth Reddy penned a letter to Telangana Chief Minister KCR.Recently, he wrote an open letter about crop damage caused by the week-long heavy rainfall in the state.The houses in Bhainsa were inundated in floodwater.The farmers are affected the most due to the heavy rains in Telangana.
In the letter, Revanth Reddy mentioned that the Telangana farmers indulged in losses due to the rainfall.Revanth Reddy said that the severity of the damage was high in the northern Telangana districts.
Against this backdrop, TPCC chief Revanth Reddy demanded immediate compensation for farmers whose crops were damaged by the heavy rains in the state.
Revanth Reddy alleged that in case of disasters, crop damage should be assessed at the ground level with central teams to ensure compensation, but the Telangana government has so far not taken up the process.
Revanth Reddy demanded an immediate assessment of crop damage in Telangana with the central government teams.He also demanded compensation of Rs 15,000 per acre to the affected farmers as the state government had neglected to implement the crop insurance scheme in the state.