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Opening milk parlours likely to cost more

OPENING THE milk parlours is likely to cost more, as the Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) administration has proposed the hike in fee for establishing such parlours with the help of Dugdh Sangh. However, this proposal is yet to get approval of the Mayor-in-Council (MIC).

india Updated: Apr 05, 2006 14:20 IST
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OPENING THE milk parlours is likely to cost more, as the Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) administration has proposed the hike in fee for establishing such parlours with the help of Dugdh Sangh. However, this proposal is yet to get approval of the Mayor-in-Council (MIC).

The BMC administration has proposed to hike the fee for establishing a Sanchi parlour from present Rs 25000 to Rs 40000. So there would be an increase of Rs 15000. Besides, the monthly rental is proposed to be hiked to Rs 500 from present Rs 300.

Some guidelines were also proposed for streamlining the establishment of Sanchi Parlours, as the milk outlets of Dugdh Sangh are popularly called. It is proposed that only one Sanchi Parlour would be opened for a population of 2000.

The BMC authorities also proposed that such parlours could not be opened in certain areas. It was proposed that such parlours would not be allowed in main markets and the commercial areas. Besides, permission for Sanchi Parlours would not be given on main roads and main squares, near the government offices, near the high schools and other educational institutions, at Railway stations or bus stands or areas having heavy traffic.

According to officials, the proposals are being made to tackle the rising numbers of aspirants for Sanchi Parlours. In BMC, most of the applications for Sanchez Parlours are routed through the corporators, who pressurise the officials to grant the approval, said an official.