- The KMF has decided to increase the rate of milk and curds in Karnataka
- One has to sell out Rs 2 extra on milk and curds from April 1
According to the revises rate, one-litre milk will cost Rs 35 instead of Rs 33 and a litre of curds will cost Rs 40 instead of Rs 38. However, in North Karnataka only Rs 1 has been increased per litre of milk and curds.
The revised price is effective from April 1, said sources from KMF. Further details are awaited.
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 6:57 PM