Lucknow: Yogi Government has started the process of launching Nand Baba Milk Mission with Rs 1,000 crore to provide fair price of milk to the milk producers by forming new milk cooperative societies in the villages of the state. have been done. For the operation of the mission, at the state level, State Steering Committee has been formed under the chairmanship of the Chief Secretary and Additional Chief Secretary, State Executive Committee under the chairmanship of Dairy Development and at the district level, District Executive Committee has been formed under the chairmanship of the District Magistrate.
Apart from this, State Program Management Unit has been formed at the headquarters of the Mission and District Program Management Unit has been formed at the district level. Whereas National Institute for Smart Government (NISG) has been named Project Management Consultant (PMC).
35 units of 25 milch cows of indigenous breed will be established
Four important schemes are being run by the Yogi Government under the Nand Baba Milk Mission, which include Nandini Krishak Samriddhi Yojana, Chief Minister Swadeshi Cow Promotion Scheme, Chief Minister Progressive Animal Husbandry Promotion Scheme and Formation of initial milk cooperative society is included. Under the Nandini Krishak Samriddhi Yojana, which is being run to improve the breed of cattle and increase the milk productivity, more and more units of milch cattle of advanced breed will be established in the field of animal husbandry. In the first phase, 35 units of 25 milch cows of Gir, Sahiwal, Tharparkar and Gangatiri breeds will be established for entrepreneurship development among cattle farmers. In this, a provision has been made to give 50 percent grant to the beneficiaries up to a maximum of Rs 31.25 lakh. Beneficiary’s share will be 15 percent, bank loan 35 percent and grant 50 percent will be given in the scheme. The grant will be given in 3 phases.
Yogi government will also give citation along with incentive money
Under the Nand Baba Milk Mission, Chief Minister Swadeshi Cow Promotion Scheme is being run to encourage the purchase of indigenous improved breed of cows from outside the state. The main objective of the scheme is to provide employment to the youth and women of rural areas in the state by encouraging them to do animal husbandry and to increase the number of advanced breed cows in the state and improve the breed of indigenous cows. Under the scheme, there is a plan to encourage cattle farmers to purchase indigenous improved breed of cows from outside the state, in which each beneficiary will be reimbursed the cost of setting up a maximum of 2 milch cattle units of improved breed Gir, Sahiwal, Haryana and Tharparkar. 40 percent, maximum grant of Rs. 80 thousand will be given. Under the scheme, 50 percent benefits will be given to women milk producers and cattle herders. Under the Nand Baba Milk Mission, Chief Minister Progressive Animal Husbandry Promotion Scheme is being run for breed improvement in indigenous cows and increase in milk productivity. Under the scheme, there is a plan to create awareness about indigenous cows as well as encourage cattle farmers to increase the milk productivity of indigenous breed of cows. Under the scheme, progressive cattle farmers will be given incentive for maximum 2 cows and each cow will be given incentive only once in their lifetime. Incentive amount will be provided at the rate of Rs 10000 to 15000 per cow along with DBT and citation.
Milk committees will be formed in 621 development blocks
Under the Nand Baba Milk Mission, a primary milk committee will be formed and operated to ensure fair prices to the milk producers for their milk in the village itself. One milk committee will be formed in each of the 621 development blocks of the state (in which milk committees have not been formed at the village level this year). An expenditure of Rs 69,000 will be spent on the formation and operation of each milk committee and a maximum of Rs 150,000 will be spent on the establishment of Data Processing Milk Collection Unit (DPMCU) in all milk committees.