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Mumbai may face milk shortage next 48 hours


The impact of a protest by dairy farmers will be in Mumbai and other nearby places. Dairy farmers, mainly from the Ahmednagar district, have decreased the collection of milk for the state capital. With this protest going on, western Maharashtra will also see with restricted the supply to the dairies based in Pune, Nashik, Ahmednagar, Buldhana and Jalgaon.

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The protesters also restricted the tankers carrying milk to these places.

This protest was called by Raju Shetti’s Swabhimaani Shetkari Sanghatana (SSS) due to the decline in the procurement prices and also the decreasing purchases by the co-operatives. The Sanghatana leaders are demanding an increase in prices for the farmers’ produce and also a direct subsidy of Rs 5/ litre.

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On Monday, the collection of 60 lakh litres of milk was halted in the western parts of Maharashtra. When the police arrived at the site, this protest took hideous turn with seven persons trying to block the milk tankers which were on their way to Mumbai. Considering the seriousness of the matter, police has also issued a notice to Ajit Navle, secretary of All India Kisan Sabha to avoid his participation in the protests. However, Navle was part of the protests on its first day.

However, MD of Gujarat Cooperative Milk (Amul’s official seller) said that there’s been an interruption in the collection and they are assessing shortfall.”

Also Read: Maharashtra Milk Protests: Milk tankers set on fire in Washim

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