Bengaluru, June 28 – The Karnataka Milk Federation (KMF) has determined to not develop Nandini shops in neighbouring Kerala following robust objection by the Vijayan authorities, sources confirmed on Wednesday.
The choice was made following talks between Minister for Animal Husbandry and Dairy Improvement J. Chinchu Rani and KMF CEO.
Nandini milk and milk associated merchandise are bought in big portions throughout Kerala. The model is fashionable, particularly within the bordering districts of Karnataka corresponding to Kasargod.
Nevertheless, the choice has left numerous Kannada individuals, who reside in Kerala border areas, disillusioned. The choice has been taken as per the instructions of the newly elected Congress authorities in Karnataka.
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Earlier, Kerala had objected to the sale of milk, curd and different dairy merchandise by the Karnataka Milk Federation run by the Karnataka authorities. The neighbouring state complained of the Kerala Milk Co-operative Milk Advertising and marketing Federation (KCMMF) model Milma being affected by the sale of Nandini merchandise.
The Congress and JD (S) in Karnataka had earlier strongly opposed the transfer of the earlier BJP authorities to permit sale of Amul milk and curd in Karnataka.
The problem was raised through the Meeting elections after which the BJP authorities needed to make clear the matter. It was additionally alleged that the then BJP authorities was conspiring to merge Nandini with Amul.
KCMMF had questioned that if Nandini sells its milk in Kerala, what is going to occur to the milk which is produced and bought to Milma by the Kerala farmers. It had additionally objected that Karnataka had violated the cooperative framework of the nationwide dairy sector.