Jharkhand is on the path of white revolution (Dhoogdh Kranti)  and  very soon  state machinery will make participation of rural Jharkhand  in the main stream of Development.  Chief  Minister Raghubar Das said it while addressing a large gathering after inaugurating   1 Lakh litres per day capacity Megha Dairy Plant at Hoatwar, Ranchi.

The Chief Minister said that Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay always favoured   development of villages and villagers. He was of firm belief that – for  development of the country, development of remote villages is essential  . He  added that   inspired by  Pt. DeenDyal Upadhya’s  foresight, the   govt of Jharkhand is dedicating the Dairy plant worth 1 lakh litres capacity  to the people of the State. Mr. Das further added that Father of the Nation  Mahatma Gandhi was also in favour of rural development. Following  the path shown by our respected  leaders, the government of Jharkhand  is giving top priority to the rural development.

He mentioned that when his government came in power he initiated personally   and put forth a proposal in front of NDDB Chairman for installation of NDDB dairy plant in Ranchi.  He lauded the efforts of Mr. T. Nanda Kumar, Chairman NDDB for his keen interest in commissioning of Megha, NDDB Dairy plant in Hotwar  Ranchi. which took shape before the expected time limit of commissioning.

Mr. Das appreciated the speedy dialogue and implementation approach and said if such cooperation continues, no hindrance  can stop Jharkhand  to stand in the category of developed states.

He said that animal husbandry is the lifeline of the villagers. It’s just because farmers rely on rain and they always remain worried.  We should focus on agriculture, horticulture and animal husbandry as well.

The Chief Minister said that his government will provide incentives to farmers in place of subsidy.  He appealed the youth of Jharkhand   to promote modern

farming in the villages. He said that  Medha milk brand is a product of Jharkhand’s farmers   and we should promote it. He said that the government is committed to bring white revolution in Jharkhand and Women will be the honoured participants of the revolution. He said that incentives will be given to the women on purchase of 2 cows will be provided on  incentives and within 4 years, 50,000 women will be connected with this scheme. Women are concerned about the development of the state. They should have a key role in the White Revolution which will give them encouragement to develop themselves.

The CM said that we often talk about our rights  but at the same time we forget our responsibilities .He appealed the masses to come forward and be a part of development. He asked the milk producers of Jharkhand to promote their brand to world market.

The CM said that animal husbandry, horticulture and agriculture should be promoted  to improve the economy of the State. The government is working with dedication and plan for the same. To strengthen the financial position of the villagers, cooperatives should be strengthened.

He said that the central government  is giving Rs 6 thousand crore directly to the Panchayat  for  Yojna Banao Abhiyan and  every gram Panchayat will get 80 lakh to 1crore.

Addressing the milk producers on the occasion, Agriculture Minister Shri Randhir Kumar Singh said that  under the leadership of   CM Mr. Das,   MEGHA, NDDB milk processing plant at Hotwar  has been commissioned and this is the beginning of white revolution in the state. He added that Dairy plant worth 50,000 litres of capacity will be commissioned soon in Palamau and Deoghar.

Chairman of National Dairy Development Board, Shri T. Nand Kumar said that he kept the promise of establishing a dairy plant in Jharkhand in one year. It is a modern plant with improved quality but the consumers must have confidence in our products . We are concerned about the quality  & standards.  Mr. Nanda Kumar said –‘Megha functionaries  will purchase milk directly from the producers and test the milk quality  with the help of a software  named ‘NET BOOK’ .On the spot, the producers will be informed  about the quality of milk . They will be paid trough account transfer on every 10th day of purchase.

On the occasion, MP Mr. Ram Tahal Chaudhary,   M.LA. Dr. Jeetu Charan Ram,    Secretary to CM Mr. Sunil Burnawal,   Agriculture Secretary Mr. Nitin Madan Kulkarni,  I.A.S.  Mrs. Pooja Singhal  and other officials were present.


  1. Hi,

    Please share the detail of any milk collection center in Ramgarh, Jharkhand.

    If there be no such center then do use my, built up premises of 2500 Sq Ft at Tuti Jharna for same.

    Rajiv Ranjan


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