A Strong priority in the agricultural sector this time..!?

- Possibility that Butchaiah Chaudhary and nimmala ramanaidu will be given priority to the agriculture sector.
- Butchaiah Chaudhary on the problems of the agricultural sector.
- Will the coalition government meet the farmers in AP?

Two key MLAs are among those who are stepping into the assembly. There is a chance to be the backbone of agriculture. One of them also got the post of minister. They are rajahmundry Rural mla Butchaiah Chaudhary and Palakollu mla & minister Nimmala Ramanaidu. As both of them come from agricultural families, there is a possibility that both of them will give priority to the agriculture sector. Before the elections, cm Chandrababu said that by giving priority to the agriculture sector, the state should be made annapurna again. As a part of this, there is an opportunity to give advice and suggestions to the assembly as a platform to strengthen the agriculture department. It is said that minister Nimmal has a key role in this, and Buchaiah as the senior leader also has a big opportunity. In the past, Butchaiah Chaudhary has held many discussions in the assembly on the problems of the agricultural sector.
Also, nimmala ramanaidu has raised questions in the assembly on many occasions on the problems of RBKs and farmers. Even now there is an opportunity for them to display the same activeness. Here is another opportunity that is coming to them to have their own government, to accept the suggestions made by them, to be accepted by the party. As both of them have experience in the agriculture sector at the field level, they have a strong platform.


Not only them, but another minister Anam Ramanaraya reddy is also a leader who understands the peasantry, so he too will have a chance to make his voice heard. Also, among other leaders, people like Ayyanna Patrudu have an awareness of farmers' problems. So, no matter how you look at it, it looks like there is a good chance for Butchaiah Chaudhary and nimmala ramanaidu to get a strong priority in the agricultural sector this time.

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