The Baroda Dairy dispute that has been going on for the last few days has been settled amicably. It has been announced that Rs 18 crore will be paid to milk producers. This payment will be made to milk producers in Dussehra. Thereafter, an additional Rs 9 crore will be paid by March 2022.
BJP leaders of Vadodara held a meeting to solve the dispute between Savli MLA, Ketan Inamdar and former Padra MLA and current chairman of Baroda Dairy Dinesh Patel over dairy operations issues. Inamdar and other BJP MLAs – Shailesh Mehta of Dabhoi, Akshay Patel of Karjan and Madhu Shrivastav of Waghodia also joined the protesting milk unions which were demanding a raise.
An important meeting was held in the presence of the BJP state president. After the settlement, Baroda Dairy chairman Dinesh Patel said that the grievances in the dairy dispute have been resolved. The interest of milk producers will be protected. A total of Rs 27 crore has been decided to be paid by March.
Inamdar who had given the party an ultimatum to the party till Thursday said that the “fight will continue” if the party does not intervene to resolve the issue. He said, “After that, we will start a ‘Halla Bol’ campaign. I have complete trust in the party leaders and they will intervene to resolve this issue and end this injustice against the milk producers.”
The standoff over the Baroda dairy issue in Gandhinagar since this morning has been resolved. The Baroda dairy controversy, which has been going on for the last few days, has come to a pleasant conclusion. Finally, in the interest of milk producers, payment of Rs 18 crore on Dussehra and later Rs 9 crore has been announced. On this issue, CR Paatil held a meeting between MLAs, members of Derry which has been pleasantly reconciled.
Milk producers will be paid on Dussehra. An additional Rs 9 crore will be paid to them by March. An important meeting was held in the presence of the BJP state president. After the settlement, Dinesh Patel said that the grievances in the dairy dispute have been resolved. The interest of milk producers will be protected. A total of Rs 27 crore will be paid by March.