Soap made from cow dung and bamboo bottle launched, so much price
The central government has launched a bath soap made from cow dung and a bottle made of bamboo. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday launched the cow dung soap and bamboo water bottles made by Khadi and Village Industries Commission here on Tuesday, saying that he is a strong supporter of organic farming and its benefits.
MSME Minister Gadkari has asked the well-performing export units to be listed on the National Stock Exchange. He said that the Ministry of MSME has proposed a scheme under which 10 percent equity participation in such MSME units (micro, small and medium enterprises) will be with the Central Government.
Gadkari said in a program that ’20 MSMEs were registered on the National Stock Exchange and now they are entering the capital market. We have prepared a plan and sent it to the Ministry of Finance, where 10 percent equity will be contributed by the government. ‘
The minister said that the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) should do a business of over Rs 10,000 crore in the next two years and generate massive employment especially for people living in rural areas.
Gadkari highlighted the importance of branding of products sold by Khadi and Village Industries Commission and increasing acceptance of organic goods among consumers. He said that ‘We need a professional and transparent approach without compromising Mahatma Gandhi’s sense of economic thought with quality and better packaging.’ Price of bamboo water bottle made from bamboo is Rs 560 and soap of 125 grams is Rs 125.