Ever since the YSRCP government assumed the office, it has been a tough time for many TDP leaders while the main pawns were stuck in scandals and a few others’ businesses were in snubbed into oblivion. Seems like the party supremo is on the line next who’s family business Heritage is in neck-deep-trouble.
It is to the known knowledge that Andhra Pradesh state government has tied up with Gujarat-based Amul to procure milk from the state’s dairy farmers. In the line of the MoU signed Amul is expected to bring out of debt cooperative dairies in the state which would likely put an end to the so-called monopoly of private dairies.
According to the reports circulating in the state political circles from the past few days, this was a deliberated move taken on special interest to hit the roots of Nara’s business lines, Heritage in specific.
While Amul is all set to start operations in Prakasam, Chittoor and Kadapa districts, the government was learnt to take the special interest of appointing special officers to persuade the farmers to supply milk to Amul in specific.
This would discursively hit the widespread procurement chain of heritage as the Amul authorities have promised to pay more per litre. It was learnt that the government has also promised the dairy giant of constructing the collection centres as well under the funds allocated for unemployed.
This further added strength to the reports claiming that the government is deliberately targeting Chandrababu and his business with the help of dominant market leaders especially in Chittoor district which has a strong TDP cadre.