DelhiDesk: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin has written to the Union Home Minister requesting a ban on the sale and purchase of Amul milk in Tamil Nadu. The letter asks for a directive to be issued to Gujarat-based dairy firm Amul to stop procuring milk in Tamil Nadu. Stalin claims that Amul has used its multi-state cooperative license to set up a chilling center and processing plant in Krishnagiri district, and plans to buy milk in seven districts. He argues that this will interfere with other cooperatives’ milk-shed areas and lead to problems for consumers amid the current milk shortage. Stalin also highlights the successful three-tier dairy cooperative system operating in Tamil Nadu since 1981.
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👉 Milk war starts in Tamil Nadu with Amul facing ban
👉 Chief Minister MK Stalin writes letter to Union Home Minister to ban sale and purchase of Amul milk
👉 Attention drawn to issues arising out of Amul’s procurement of milk in Tamil Nadu ‘Milk Shed’ area
👉 Amul plans to buy milk in seven districts, interfering in each other’s procurement against the spirit of White Revolution
👉 Cooperative societies ready to save from rising milk prices, well prepared to interact with and support milk producers
👉 A three-tier dairy cooperative system exists in Tamil Nadu, with Aavin as the apex cooperative marketing federation
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