SIRCILLA: Maharashtra Governor Ch. Vidyasagar Rao on Saturday said that as a farmer he would have committed suicide many times over due to the prevailing conditions.
He said farmers were facing many difficulties, and added that he was writing a book on why farmers were committing suicide based on his experiences with farming.
Mr Vidyasagar Rao said he wanted to raise a mango orchard in his native Nagaram from the money he earned as an advocate in 1983.
He said he “would have made good money” like Mr Rameshwar Rao of the My Home group if he had invested in Hyde-rabad.
He was addressing the public meeting after laying the foundation stone for the restoration works of the Kodandarama-swamy temple at Naga-ram, Konaraopet. He said anybody could rise to the top as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and shown.
Mr Rao said he had two years tenure left in his tenure, and he would later settle in Nagaram.