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Gujrat Govt inaugurates various cooperative sector projects in Banas Dairy Sankul

Also inaugurated the Banas Bovine Breeding and Research Centre (BBBRC) in Bhiladi for Rs 324.77 crores and a modern ultra-modern Atta plant with a capacity of 50 metric tons per day in Badarpura for Rs 45 crores.

Bhupendra Patel, Chief Minister of Gujrat at Banas Dairy Sankul in Diodar, inaugurated and dedicated various development-oriented projects for livestock and farmers, including the Pilot Project and various development projects of cooperative institutions.

Bhupendra Patel distributed Kisan Credit Cards to women livestock farmers and inaugurated the “Prosperity through Cooperation” initiative. He also inaugurated the Banas Bovine Breeding and Research Centre (BBBRC) in Bhiladi for Rs 324.77 crores and a modern ultra-modern Atta plant with a capacity of 50 metric tons per day in Badarpura for INR 45 crores, along with a 10,000 kg per day capacity newly built Banas Whey Protein Ultra Filtration Plant and inaugurated the Banas Bank’s new auditorium in Palanpur and the Farmer Training Centre in Kadi. Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel also distributed Kisan Credit Cards to women livestock keepers in Bhiladi. He also inaugurated a slew of organic products like Rice pulses etc Banas Dairy under the Amul Brand as bio fertilisers under the Banas Organic brand and Banas Dairy Organic Sanjeevani fertilisers. He also inaugurated Banas Bank Micro ATM and Kisan Credit Cards and Pilot projects of Gujarat State Cooperative Bank and Banaskantha and Panchmahal Districts.

Bhupendra Patel said that Banas Dairy, the largest dairy in Asia, is a celebration of the cooperative sector’s success. He mentioned that the decisions taken in the cooperative sector regarding various policy matters will play a crucial role in making this sector a significant contributor to India’s economy as we aim to become the world’s third-largest economy.

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