Ponda: Officiating managing director of Goa State Cooperative Milk Producers’ Union— a cooperative unit, popularly known as Goa Dairy, Anil Phadte has alleged a scam of Rs 13-14 crore in the functioning of the dairy since 2012.
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He has blamed two members on the board of directors for the alleged irregularities which he claimed happened in connivance with government officials. Besides, Phadte alleged the administrators appointed by the government failed to act to correct the irregularities.

Phadte was speaking to reporters on Thursday on the backdrop of a complaint lodged by Ramesh Naik, chairman of the Curtorim Milk Society. Naik has filed a complaint with the chief minister and the Registrar of Cooperative Societies alleging a scam in the procurement of buffalo milk and optigen urea at higher rate and using fake and sub-standard ingredients in cattle feed production.

Phadte said he has made inquiries and has sent the material in support of the complaint to the Registrar of Cooperative Societies for action.

Present administrator Arvind Khuntkar said he has stopped all earlier systems and has been procuring all the material by inviting tenders and quotations.

With calving underway, dairy farmers are being urged to plan ahead to combat feed shortages.

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