The Telangana government issued new guidelines for the implementation of the Rathu Bandhu scheme, benefiting more than 60 lakh farmers across the state. Fresh patwaris will be considered from the next financial year and those eligible will be identified based on data received from the Chief Commissioner of Land Administration for the current financial year. As per the guidelines, the state has more than 60 lakhs for the current financial year. Around 5,000 / acre per season will be given to the farmers. In addition to the landowning farmers belonging to Sri Ranganayaka Swamy Temple at Kasulapalli village in Patadadari district, the scheme will be extended to 621 lessees of the Sri Ranganayaka Swamy Temple and protectors of recognition of Forest Rights (ROFR). Priority will be given to those farmers who own a lower limit of total land during the distribution of Rathu Bandhu farm incentives. A state-level monitoring committee has been set up under the chairmanship of Agriculture Secretary, B Janardhana Reddy to ensure that the plan is available in every season. Implementation can be reviewed. Other members of the committee are the Commissioner and the Director of Agriculture, the convenor of the State Level Bankers' Committee, the Special Secretary of the Finance Department and the State Information Officer of the National Informatics Center. To encourage financial assistance being provided by These farmers will have to fill an application and then submit it to the Agriculture Extension Officers / Divisional Agricultural Officer in this regard. The amount received from such cases will be transferred to Telangana State Rathu Bandhu Samiti and used for the welfare of farmers. It should be noted that the scheme will be audited by the concerned authorities including the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG).