On Saturday, Farmers Day was honoured all throughout the State as part of the 21-day festivities commemorating the 20th anniversary of State Formation Day. In 12,679 gramme panchayats, there were community lunch sessions with participation from almost 25 lakh farmers. Ministers, political officials, Rythu Vedikas leaders, and agricultural authorities all heavily participated in the celebrations to show their support for the farmers. The day was also marked with jubilations and rallies.

S Niranjan Reddy, the minister of agriculture, and M Raghunadan Rao, the secretary of agriculture, attended the Prof. Jayashankar Agriculture University's Farmers Day festivities. A number of well-known politicians, including MLC K kavitha and Speaker of the State Legislative assembly Pocharam srinivas Reddy, participated in the festivities held in Padmajiwada of Sadashivanagar Mandal in Ellareddy constituency. Speaking to the farmers, kavitha noted that farming, which was fraught with hardship and hopelessness ten years ago, had evolved into the State's most lucrative industry, and the peasant community had started to embrace it with optimism and joy. The telangana model, which was developed by the chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao to solve the agriculture sector's anguish, was entirely to blame, she said.

MLC Palla Raheswar Reddy, president of the Rythu Bandhu Samithi, and mla T Rajaiah took part in the festivities at the Veleru Rythu Vedikas and dharma Sagar. The Rythu Bandhu programme, according to Rajeswar Reddy, was a one-of-a-kind initiative by the State's chief minister that changed the fundamental nature of the agricultural industry.
Both Ministers for panchayat raj Errabelli Dayakar Rao and Civil Supplies gangula kamalakar participated in the festivities in their respective districts.

In the meantime, telangana has changed from being an area prone to drought to emerging as the annapurna of the country in less than ten years, according to BRS working president and IT minister KT Rama Rao. Agriculture used to be seen as a curse and a money-losing activity in the State, but in telangana it has now become a celebration for farmers. He said that the leadership of chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao and the benefits provided to the agricultural people by the Kisan Sarkar made all of this possible.

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