Milk Price Incentive Scheme

To provide required assistance for boosting milk production and related activities in the state.

On December 8, 2021 Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami launched Milk Price Incentive Scheme in the state. This scheme aims to increase the milk production in the state. Under this scheme the state government would provide required assistance to the beneficiaries to increase the milk production and related activities in the state. Assistance amount will be directly transferred to beneficiary bank accounts through Direct Bank Transfer. This scheme will benefit the dairy farmers in the state. The state government aims at starting 500 milk sale centres in the state with an outlay of Rs. 444.62 crores. Around 53000 people will be benefitted through this scheme.

Scheme Overview:

Scheme NameMilk Price Incentive Scheme
Scheme UnderUttarakhand Government
Launched ByChief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami
Launch DateDecember 8, 2021
BenefitAssistance for milk production and related activities in the state.
Major ObjectiveTo provide required assistance for boosting milk production and related activities in the state

Scheme Objectives and Benefits:

  • The main objective of the scheme is to boost the milk production and related activities in the state.
  • Under this scheme required assistance will be provided to the farmers for dairy activities.
  • All the dairy milk production and related activities will be covered under this scheme.
  • This scheme will also increase the dairy farmer’s income in the state.
  • It aims to encourage rural youth to take up milk production and dairy activities as a source of livelihood.
  • It aims at development of dairy sector thereby ensuring welfare of farmers.

Scheme Details:

  • Milk Price Incentive scheme is launched by Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami on December 8, 2021.
  • Under this scheme the state government tends to boost the milk production in the state.
  • The state government will provide assistance as required for milk and dairy activities.
  • Assistance provided will be sent to the beneficiary bank account through Direct Bank Transfer.
  • This scheme intends to benefit mainly the dairy farmers in the state.
  • This scheme will provide new employment and self-employment opportunities to the rural and urban youth in the state.
  • It will strengthen and develop the milk and dairy sector thereby benefitting the dairy farmers and cooperatives.
  • This scheme will Initially around 53000 people.
  • During the launch at Dehradun, CM stated, ‘I promise that Uttarakhand will be the number one state in milk production in India by the time it celebrates its 25th
  • With this vision the state government has planned to start 500 milk sale centres in the state with an outlay of Rs. 444.62 crores.

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