A modern dairy plant with one lakh litre daily capacity will be established in Lalkuan in the near future. After that, the Nainital Dugdh Utpadak Sahakari Sangh Limited (NDUSS) will start making flavoured milk as produced by Amul. The Dairy Development and Cooperatives minister Dhan Singh Rawat said this after holding a meeting with officials and inspecting the existing NDUSS facility here on Sunday.
After inspecting the main plant of the NDUSS, the minister held a meeting with officials of the union and dairy federation. He stressed on the need to further strengthen dairy development programmes in order to encourage white revolution in the state. Assuring all possible help from the state government, he appreciated the work being done by NDUSS in the field of cooperative dairy. He said that construction of a one lakh litre daily capacity plant will be starting soon at NDUSS. After that, the plant will start producing milk in various flavours as provided by Amul. Out of the total cost of setting up this plant, the central government will provide 90 per cent while the State government will provide 10 per cent.
NDUSS chairman Mukesh Singh Bora informed the minister about the issues being faced. The general manager Ajay Kweera presented the progress report.
Monday, 03 August 2020 | PNS | Lalkuan
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