Nizamabad MP and BJP leader Dharmapuri Arvind on Thursday claimed that the Centre had supplied adequate stocks of urea to Telangana, and alleged that the urea shortage in the State was created due to lack of proper planning by the TRS government.
He also alleged that the State government had failed to supply urea to the farmers in a proper manner, and that the urea meant for the people of Nizamabad had been diverted to the other districts.
He said that he would launch an agitation on behalf of the farmers in the district over the shortage issue.
Claiming that TRS working president K T Rama Rao did not have any commitment towards the farmers of the State, Aravind said that KTR too had confined himself to his father's farmhouse.
Dharmapuri also sarcastically said that the State government had given a "return gift" to the farmers in the State for the defeat of the Chief Minister's daughter K Kavitha in the Nizamabad Lok Sabha constituency.