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On Tuesday, April 17, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate a group radio station (CRS) devoted to animal husbandry, Dudh Vani, throughout his Gujarat tour. The Banas Dairy Community Radio station, established by the Banaskantha District Cooperative Milk Producers’ Union or Banas Dairy, would hyperlink almost 5 lakh dairy producers in 1,700 communities throughout the state.

This would be the nation’s first group radio station devoted solely to cattle breeders.

Notably, the apex dairy growth group, the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB), has launched a biweekly podcast collection devoted to dairy farmers in cooperation with All India Radio.

“This Community Radio Station has been established to offer farmers essential scientific information relevant to agriculture and animal husbandry,” the Prime Minister’s Office said in a press release.

Prime Minister Modi will start his three-day go to to Gujarat on Monday, April 18. Since March 11, he has paid two visits to his house state, which is within the midst of the election. On April 18, the Prime Minister can pay a go to Command and Control Centre for Schools in Gandhinagar. He will lay the inspiration stone for a number of initiatives on the Banas Dairy complicated in Diyodar Taluka, Banaskantha district, in North Gujarat, on Tuesday.

Potato Processing Plant

The Prime Minister will inaugurate a potato processing plant constructed at a price of over 600 crores on the newly-commissioned greenfield dairy complicated in Diyodar. The potato processing plant will make quite a lot of processed potato merchandise, together with french fries, potato chips, aloo Tikki, patties, and extra, with a lot of them being exported to different nations. 

“These plants will help local farmers and enhance the rural economy of the region,” the PMO said in a press release.

The dairy complicated would have the capability to course of round 30 lakh liters of milk per day, in addition to create 80 tonnes of butter, one lakh liters of ice cream, 20 tonnes of condensed milk (Khoya), and 6 tonnes of chocolate every day.

Gobar Gas Plants

The Prime Minister can even lay the inspiration stone for 4 100-tonne gobar fuel crops in Khimana, Ratanpura – Bhildi, Radhanpur, and Thawar, in addition to an natural manure and biogas plant in Dama, Gujarat, and expanded services for the manufacturing of cheese merchandise and whey powder on the Banas dairy plant in Palanpur.

Modi can even lay the inspiration stone for the WHO Global Centre for Traditional Medicine in Jamnagar throughout his go to to Gujarat. The subsequent day, he would go to a tribal group assembly in Dahod and open the Global AYUSH Investment & Innovation Summit in Gandhinagar.



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