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KMF sent Nandini Milk powder to Jammu and Kashmir

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Karnataka-based KMF (Karnataka Milk Federation) and its 13 member milk unions sent 40 Metric Tons of milk powder worth of one crore rupees to Jammu and Kashmir flood victims, as part of its CSR activities, via train on October first week.

The event was flagged off by Karnataka Minister for Animal Husbandry T. B. Jayachandra, H. M. Revanna, Member of Legislative Council, Vidhana Parishath and P. Nagaraju, Chairman, KMF.

R. K .Ramesh, President, Bangalore Milk Union, Thimmaraju, Director, Bangalore Milk Union, Chandrashekar, President, Tumkur Milk Union and KMF Directors, Thippeswamy, Shimogga Milk Union, Ashwath Reddy, Kolar Milk Union, Bettaswamy Gowda, Mandya Milk Union, Chandrashekar, Tumkur Milk Union, T. Prakash, Nominated KMF Director, Cheluvaraj, Bangalore Zilla Panchayath Ex-Member, Basavaraj, Bellary Corporation and Ravikumar Kakade, Managing Director, KMF were present on the occasion

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