GL Sharma Appointed as the Chairman of HDDCFL
GL Sharma has been appointed as the Chairman of Haryana Dairy Development Co-Operative Federation Ltd. (HDDCFL) GL Sharma is a senior BJPleader of Haryana and a popular name in Gurgaon and Mewat.
Before this appointment, he was In charge of District-Nuh- a Momamnedian dominated area and has tremendously strengthened Bhartiya Janta Party in that district. Because of Sharma's dynamic leadership, BJP had for the first time won the Zila Panchayat election in Mewat . The party workers were very happy over the appointment of Sharma as the Chairman of the Haryana Dairy Development Co-Operative Federation Ltd and came to greet him at his residence in large number.
Sharma has also been nominated as the Govt representative at the board of director at the Federation. While talking to the media Sharma said, “ It is a great responsibility entrusted to me. I will try my level best to make Haryana Dairy Development Co-Operative Federation Ltd as one of the most profitable organisations.”
“On this occasion, I would like to convey my sincere gratitude to PM Narendra Modi, BJP President Amit Shah, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar, Haryana in Charge of BJP Dr Anil Jain, state BJP president, Subhash Barala and other senior BJP leaders and all the party workers,” said Sharma while acknowledging his gratitude.
The Dairy Corporation was formed in 1970 which continued active functioning till 31.03.1977. Thereafter its business was taken over by Federation to set up THREE-TIER SYSTEM based on Anand Pattern. Since 1.04.1992 the Federation has leased out the Plants to the Milk Unions.
Right now there are six production plants at – Jind, Ambala, Rohtak, Ballabgarh,Kurukshetra and Sirsa with the total production of 6.45 LLPD.
Haryana Dairy Development Co-Operative Federation Ltd comes with Vita products. Marketing of VITA brand milk products is being done through a network of distributors spread throughout INDIA. These products include ghee, butter, milk powder, paneer, sweetened milk, pasteurised milk, etc.
Haryana is one of the most progressive states of Republic of India. In the domain of dairy development, it is well known for its productive milch cattle particularly the 'Murrah' Buffaloes and Haryana Cows. The economy of the state is predominantly based on agriculture. People rear and breed cattle as a subsidiary occupation. The essence of various programmes launched in the State has been to adopt the Anand pattern of Milk Co-operatives. Under this system, all the functions of dairying like milk procurement, processing and marketing are controlled by the Milk Producers themselves. It has three tier system comprising milk Producers Societies at the village level, Milk Producers Co-operative Union at the district level and the state Milk Federation as an apex body at the State level.