Moreover, milk production is declining. Beef exports are on the rise. By this, it has been sparked that the cow protection BJP government’s debauchery has been exposed.
Amit Shah’s view on Nandini
In a series of tweets about this, KPCC asked, “Is Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai related to Amit Shah’s crooked look on Nandini and the creation of milk shortage? Is the production of milk in the state stagnant or has an artificial shortage of Nandini’s products been created? Is this all a preparation to sacrifice Nandini to Gujarat’s Amul?” .
How India became No. 1 in beef export?
Decline in milk production and rise in beef exports have exposed BJP’s claim of cow protection. Unlike western countries India does not have ‘cow farms’ for meat but how India became No. 1 in beef export under BJP rule is the mystery question of the century! KPCC sarcastically tweeted.
It means small farmers are in trouble
A significant drop in milk production in the state means that small farmers are in dire straits. The reason for this is the rise in price of animal feed, cattle protection act, skin disease etc. Why is the so-called cow protection government not worried about this? Why farmers are not coming to help?
Amit Shah had proposed the Nandini Amul merger
Home Minister Amit Shah, who had come to the event last year at Mandya District Milk Union (Man Mul) in Gejjalagere, Maddur taluk, had proposed to merge the milk unions of Gujarat and Karnataka. Co-operative Union in Gujarat is on the way to progress. Also since 1975 KMF is also developing. He said that if Amul and Nandini merge, it will be more beneficial for the milk producers of Karnataka. Amul-Nandini merger was criticized by social media people.
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