Minister Palla Rajeswar Reddy said that it is the Centre's responsibility to see that farmers get a fair price. He said that he has already written to the Centre in this regard. He has urged the Centre to give subsidy to Mirchi farmers and fix the price at least Rs. 7,000 per quintal. State government has done it's bit in giving seeds on time. Also, it has ensured adequate water supply and power supply for pumping the water. As a result, farmers are able to get a good yield, he said. Also, mirchi can be stored in market yards, until it gets good price, he said. It is wrong on the part of Congress government to provoke the farmers and turn them against the state government, he added.