Milk of desi cows will be purchased from the cooperative milk societies working at village level at an attractive price and taken to the plant at Kurukshetra where it will be processed and packed.
Indian oil Corporation (IOC) has joined hands with Haryana Dairy Development Cooperative (HDDC) Federation to sell milk products along side oil stations of IOC. Both the authorities have inked an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU )to put the final seal on the deal and as per the pact, HDDC will set up vita milk booth around 1,500 petrol pumps of IOC to sell milk and milk products.
The deal was inked in the presence of Manohar Lal Khattar, Chief Minister, Haryana and during the ceremony, CM also informed that Haryana state has now became the first state to provide pure milk of desi cow.
CM further stated that the state has already set up a 5,000 litre plant at Kurukshetra for the purpose. Such MoUs will be signed with other companies as well to promote cow milk. Points of sale will be set up in Panchkula, Kurukshetra and Delhi.
Elaborating on the work cycle, CM said that milk of desi cows will be purchased from the cooperative milk societies working at village level at an attractive price and taken to the plant at Kurukshetra where it will be processed and packed. This will increase the income of milk producers, along with providing cow milk to consumers. Besides, it will help promote the rearing of cows in the state.