The farmers in the state are shouting for help to sell their yield, the minister of the TRS-led state government seems to turn a blind eye to party. It is evident that there is no proper sale going on across the state as villages are welcoming with unsold heaps of paddy.
Right at this crucial time, Minister of Civil Supplies ought to conduct continuous review meetings to increase the sales that went missing from the past 5 days. As the media narrowed down where the minister is, everyone is shocked to know that the minister is chilling in a resort in Bangalore.
In the local body MLC elections in Telangana, six candidates are elected unanimously and there was competition in six other places while the Karimnagar election turned out to be a big headache for the ruling party. Two are in the fray from the TRS for two seats in the district.
As many independent candidates withdrew their nominations, rebel candidate Ravinder Singh refused which led to camp politics. Minister Gangula is busy trying to bring victory for his party candidates. MPTCs, ZPTCs, councilors and corporators were all taken to the Bangalore camp.
The Civil Supplies Department had earlier set a target of procuring 1.03 crore tonnes of monsoon crop. But, so far it has not bought more than 25.32 lakh tonnes which is just 24 percent of the target. In such situations, the minister who has to coordinate with the authorities in such situations and speed up the procurement is lobbying for the ruling party. Further drawing the flak, the minister is visiting the tourist places nearby and posting selfies on his social media channels.