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Answering a question about whether meat quality has improved, senior health minister JP Nadda said the government is keen to see progress in reducing the burden of disease on the country’s farmers.
“We have already made some progress and have made some investments in the meat sector, in the dairy sector and in the poultry sector,” Naddas told reporters here on Saturday.
“We have done a lot of work on this.
We have done some very good progress in terms of improving meat quality.
But while there is some good news, he added that it is premature to talk about progress on a meat price.”
So, I am sure we can make some progress.”
But while there is some good news, he added that it is premature to talk about progress on a meat price.
The BJP government has been trying to convince the public that the country is in a golden era for beef production, but its efforts have been largely limited to an advertisement campaign which ran for a week.
Naddias assertion that beef has improved in quality is being challenged by analysts who have said it is more likely the government has simply shifted to a different marketing strategy to help the government attract the private sector.
“The government has decided to shift to a new marketing strategy.
That means that the marketing has to be a more holistic approach, where it focuses on the entire supply chain,” said Praveen Ghosh, president of the Indian Association of Meat Export Boards.”
I think there is a very good reason for that.
It is that there are a lot more private sector companies in the country and that has led to a lot less emphasis on the public sector companies.
The Modi government has made an effort to reduce the number of tonnes of cow meat imported from the US and Mexico. “
It is not the government that is focusing on the quality of the beef, but the public.”
The Modi government has made an effort to reduce the number of tonnes of cow meat imported from the US and Mexico.
It has also announced a crackdown on illegal export of cow and calf meat.