NDDB's Golden Scheme for Retired Executives
The National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) was created to promote, finance and support producer-owned and controlled organisations. It was also expected to strengthen farmer cooperatives through various measures like providing funds and guidance to farmers to enhance their livelihoods.
 
However, it appears that, instead of taking care of farmers through the cooperative movement, NDDB has been busy ensuring the welfare of its retired senior executives. Apparently, NDDB used its subsidiary NDDB Dairy Services (NDS) to finance the employment of several retired senior executives with the same benefits that they were receiving before retiring from the board or its subsidiaries.
 
Insiders, who are disturbed at the misuse of funds tell us that Deepak Tikku, 71, who retired as managing director (MD) of NDDB (Anand), in 2010, was appointed chairman of NDDB Dairy Service immediately after retirement till March 2017. The salary and perks he used to receive as MD of NDDB, continued in this new position as well. After April 2017, Mr Tikku is working as advisor and mentor at NDDB Dairy Services and Mother Dairy Fruit and Vegetables Ltd (Mother Dairy). 
 
Mr Tikku has been director of Mother Dairy since the company's inception in 2000. However, in 2015, following a notice for his removal by NDDB, he resigned. However, when Dilip Rath became chairman of NDDB, Mr Tikku was re-appointed as director of the company. Mr Tikku continues to hold that position even today.
 
Similarly, Dr Amrita Patel retired as chairman of NDDB in 2014. She was immediately made chairman of the management committee for semen station and breeding at NDDB Dairy Services. In 2010, Dr Patel was also made a permanent invitee to the board of NDDB Dairy Services; this takes care of her post-retirement trips to Delhi and other places which are paid by the company.
 
 
From August 2016, Mr Rath is the chairman of Mother Dairy. His term as chairman ended on 1 December 2018. On 3rd December, the government issued a notification (S.O. 5949(E)) extending Mr Rath's first term 'until further orders'.
 
Later on 6 March 2019, just before the model code of conduct came into force, the government decided to extend retrospectively Mr Rath's term for two more years. 
 
The list of other executives enjoying such largess is in the table attached. 
 
Incidentally, NDDB Dairy Services (NDS) was set up as a private limited company in 2009 with NDDB subscribing to only Rs1 crore as share capital.
 
Thereafter, NDDB’s nominee members moved a resolution to convert NDDB Dairy Services Pvt Ltd into a not-for-profit company under Section 25 of the Companies Act 1956 (now Section 8 of the Companies Act 2013). NDS was set up to function as the delivery unit of NDDB for field operations relating to promoting producer companies and productivity enhancement services.
  
NDDB Dairy Services was re-incorporated as a not-for-profit company in the very year that it was first incorporated as a private limited and wholly-owned subsidiary of NDDB. Immediately thereafter, the Board transferred Rs199 crore to NDDB Dairy Services, in the form of contribution of capital for purchase of equity of an equal amount.
 
The permission given by the Central government to NDDB was only for forming NDDB Dairy Services as a private limited company and the contribution of Rs1 crore as NDDB’s equity in NDDB Dairy Services when it was a private limited company could be considered in line with Section 43(2)(a). 
 
The contribution of another Rs199 crore to NDDB Dairy Services as share capital from NDDB needed specific approval from the Central government as per Section 43(2)(b) of the NDDB Act. 
 
Section 43(2)(b) of the NDDB Act requires that the Board (of NDDB) may contribute capital, transfer assets or render assistance in such manner and to such extent subject to specific previous approval of the Central government in this regard. 
 
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    Ajay Kumar

    3 months ago

    After the implementation of RTI Act, 2005 there was a spate of correspondences with SGM (P&A) Shri Mion Kumar Ganguly – PA& Group was later renamed as CHR before finally settling as HR Group, also for seeking information and reg. clause in RTI text for automatically providing information on its own to affected people for all such decisions, I had received at least 15 letters including some mentioning of abusive language by me and also mention threatening of legal action, later he was replaced by GM (HR), Shri Kishori Lal Rana, (P&A had already been renamed by then and in-between “MiIlaap” annual get-together was also started at IRMA for alumni) . he also replied to me and informed that outgoing SGM was himself on FIVE YEARS CONTRACT and their MD is “KASHMIRI PANDIT”. Ultimately I send two letters with requisite fees, both of which were replied with so-called” information”, no appeal was made by me to appellate authority, but HR head was changed to Shri Maulesh (MN) Buch, though Shri KL Rana remained to continue and I applied for the third letter with requisite fees which was NOT replied by Shri MN Buch. All these correspondences must be with NDDB. In July 2001, I had submitted a letter for shifting allowance from Anand to Patna, no SANCTION was made but replied from then P&A group by Shri GM Pattnaik, the record must be with NDDB, Anand.

    Ajay Kumar

    3 months ago

    There are some other FACTS which should be taken into cognizance/consideration for my plea re. mix up of NDDB Chairman with IRMA BOG, do they deny these facts?
    • There has been an NDDB officer (before being X-NDDBian) on deputation formally to IRMA in 2006 as “Charge-de-affairs” and another X-NDDBian was attached with newly “appointed” chairman of IRMA for 11 months as Research Associate, both of whom were part of interview panel as on 7.9.2001, which was with NOC from MPSCDF, Bhopal
    • As is Jharkhand Milk federation recently, RCDF of Rajasthan “Saras” brand was under management of NDDB, Anand during 1991-1993, period of PRM 12 in which I did PGDRM (IRMA)
    • Dhara brand was managed by NDDB, Directly through a separate group initially termed “Management Pool” and before changing it to MDFL from DOFCO during 2010, merger of employees was taken place with NDDB which included an ex-employee of MP Oil Fed (Rangoli brand)
    • Publication of IRMA in-house magazine “Network” was suspended from end of my one year contract at Patna in August 2003 which was followed by caveat petitions by their “state director” till “appointment” of new IRMA Chairman who was supposedly external
    • Dr Verghese Kurien was overtly in dispute with NDDB and its Chairperson over dairy cooperatives and his work after my posting at Patna from August 2002, shifted from erstwhile original posting at Anand for two years intermittently

    Ajay Kumar

    3 months ago

    Because of utilization of me and victimization with regard to PGDRM (IRMA) for so-called contractual assignments in NDDB during 2002-03 for running IRMA (Institute of Rural Management, Anand) thru appointed chairman first in 2006 and elevated chairman in 2012 and later on harassed at Lucknow for NDDB Chairman being ex-officio IRMA Chairman first in December 2015 and then from August 2017. Though did not forsake PGDRM formally and still possess, and have been working in small NGOs from 2004-05, I may be the lowest paid IRMAN since then, situation has worsened further in recent years even among 5-6, 000 IRMANS, these NGO people have been utilizing my skills, knowledge, education, and qualification without compensating me suitable and some have grown, one in NBFCc, one even graced by Indian PM, one renowned SDI (Skill dev. Initiative) and so on

    Ajay Kumar

    3 months ago

    Apart from the report of Jharkhand Lokayukta, there is one more reason for NDDB Chairman to shed control over BOG of IRMA (Institute of Rural Management, Anand), Ministry/Minister for Animal Husbandry (& Dairying) is separated and Agriculture goes with Rural Development

    Saily

    3 months ago

    Attention: EDITORS OF THIS ARTICLE

    It is extremely disappointing and disturbing to note that some disgruntled/frustrated/antisocial persons are maligning the image of a prestigious institute such as NDDB.
    These unidentified culprits are making derogatory and baseless comments on an organization of repute, and your editorial team is allowing this to be published without any screening or checking the authenticity of the source it is coming from.
    As owners of this website you must add some checks and balances and ensure only value added and validated data is posted and not any crap.
    Request your immediate intervention in this matter and get this thread disabled immediately.
    And ensure this is not repeated in future.
    Awaiting your IMMEDIATE ACTION.

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    S Talwar

    In Reply to Saily 3 months ago

    Disagree strongly to suggestion to disable thread, whoever is saying this should know facts are sacred but comment is free but decency surely is crucial in comment. Why fear if facts are available to the issues raised by Money Life which ought to be clarified by those concerned. Silence is not golden it signals there is nothing to contest. Once again repeating to come out with facts whoever has the facts no point in remaining quiet. It will dent image of institution and down morale of staffs. Hope concerned will take action to give information to issues raised without further delays. New Government should also intervene in this mater of reputed Institute founded by late Dr Verghese Kurien.

    ramanas

    In Reply to Saily 3 months ago

    The Golden team out to defend the Masters. Like your Congress Party members defending their President - Pappu.

    It would be better if you provide clarification to the questions raised in the article, which will automatically stop all this. We are waiting.

    Saily

    In Reply to ramanas 3 months ago

    Mr.Talwar said it right “whoever is saying this should know facts are sacred but comment is free but decency surely is crucial in comment”
    This is precisely what most people are doing – since commenting and mud-slinging can be done for free and they don’t need to have facts in place.

    From what it appears, the derogatory posts on this forum maybe coming from ex-employees and/or terminated employees. These are *probably* the unhappy lot, they *may not* have received the rewards they expected, and out to defame individuals in power. They *maybe* trying to fight a lost battle.

    ramanas

    3 months ago

    The appointment of persons found guilty LokAyukta to senior Board positions on NDDB clearly show the malafide intention of Rath.

    While recommending to the GOI the appointment of Sangram Chaudhary and Minesh Shah on tbe Board of NDDB, did Chairman, NDDB mention these facts. If no, is it not a clear case of malafide intentions. (Don't tell us that Chairman himself was not aware of such report, as it will be a question on his competencies. If I recall Rath was in IAS, and what due diligence does he do?).

    The Ministry should, based on these facts, terminate the two culprits immediately and show cause Rath. Or are they also hand in glove?

    If appointment at ED positions is done in this manner, one can imagine the extent of corruption and mismanagement. It's truly a Golden scheme for this elite group ... Say comparable to the Delhi Lutyens.


    Thanks to Ms Sucheta Dalal and Mr Yogesh Sapkale along with Moneylife team that we are made aware of the low levels people can stoop to. This happening in development sector where farmer money is involved is all the more serious.

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    Gandhi J

    In Reply to ramanas 3 months ago

    I know NDDB for several years which is professional institute for national dairy developmental activities and never in news for wrong reason. No point to use this forum to accuse or insult individual, if anyone is interested you can easily get informations under RTI. So, let's close these discussions here.

    ramanas

    In Reply to Gandhi J 3 months ago

    The guy is trying hard to be a part of the Golden team.

    I suggest you file the RTIs and provide the clarifications on the issues raised. It is no surprise that NDDB has not come out with any clarification, as they do not have any. It is now a RAT (Rath, Amrita and Tikku) organization.
    Rather than being concerned on the issues, you trying to protect RAT. And all the facts brought out in the article by Moneylife show how unprofessional is the working.

    Ajay Kumar

    3 months ago

    Apart from facing disconnection and three purposeful mistakes, I have also faced some crimes- one was slaps from sponsored IRMAN Kamlesh Sharma of PRM 11 in 1996-1997, abuses and abusive language from research associate (who was also x-NDDBian) with newly appointed chairman as well as deputed charge de-affairs (who was then yet-to-be x-NDDBian) and threats & intimidation for RTI information obtained during 2008-09, and what I have got due to it (PGDRM from IRMA): - (1) 9 years with MPSCDF, Bhopal on class-II (2) Contractual assignments in NDDB without travel cost from Anand to Patna during 2001-03 (3) Working for 15-25 thousand for small NGOs, CSOs and MFIs during last 16 years who are only meant for self interests of their founders. For any of the three, I did not need to have PGDRM (IRMA) – BA (honors) has been enough especially for point no. (3). and people do corruption and engage in criminalization also apart from getting advantages of Caste-ism.

    Ajay Kumar

    3 months ago

    The matters are pertaining to the people who were reigning 10-12 years back and who caused to depose Dr Verghese Kurien from IRMA BOG Chairman entrusted to him for few months after March 2006 resignation from AMUL. Around that time AMUL had also sent me an interview call (repeated after postponement of date) for a letter written to their then MD during 2005. Not only I have to face disconnection from almaconnect effected from last five years, re-effected from last six months once again but also to take note of their Purposeful mistakes, during 2006 they mistakenly sent me an admit card for my application for FPRM which remains non-recognized, in 2008-09, they added non-passing Sanjay Wadhwa in official alumni list of PRM 12 and now they are mentioning some ex-profesor as Lajpat (who is actually Lalit) associated now with them as an adjunct professor when some other passout from PRM 12 has also shown returning degree to them

    Ajay Kumar

    3 months ago

    It is not that due to the attachment of NDDB Chairman with it, IRMA gets associated with Caste-ism, and a supporter of corruption and criminalization, if the incumbent one continues in BOG as Chairman and no CBI Probe takes place. The accusation of caste-ism to IRMA is also not out of its association with the development sector or because of my victimization for running it for contractual employment in NDDB, Anand. There are many facets of it, some of which I have described, I can describe all. If incumbent NDDB Chairman continues to exercise control over IRMA because of OYP or other facts, it would be yet another example of caste-ism with IRMA (Institute of Rural Management, Anand).

    Colur Colour

    3 months ago

    In the present eco legal system where even defence deals where suspicion is raised are presenting documents in the public, NDDB appears to be doing a more confidential exercise. NDDB and subsidiaries are never questioned and whatever questions raised against them in press or elsewhere are never answered. Answers, if any provided are just sweeping statements giving themselves clean chit with no explanation of laws or even denying the facts. It is high time the Government looks into the matter.
    Joint Secretary (DD) is on the Board of NDDB and he is also technically party to all the decisions and actions.

    Facts raised at forums like people (Minesh Shah) named culprits by Lok Ayukta, Jharkhand are appointed as ED, NDDB are very serious. These appointments are in fact done by GOI. Where are we going?

    Colur Colour

    3 months ago

    NDDB will send an official reply to Moneylife by sending appointment letter of YY Patil. He will be retiring soon. As a member of the corrupt team, he is eligible for Golden scheme. Oh wow... I can be an astrologer... I can see what will happen in future.

    harsh vasanani

    3 months ago

    I works in dairy sector throughout my life and have met many officials you named in the story. They are all dedicated, competent professionals and it is unfortunate you are allowing some disgruntled person to spoil their reputation and hard work they did for NDDB

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    Satanjiv Jha

    In Reply to harsh vasanani 3 months ago

    When Vipul Chaudhary was pronounced guilty to have caused loss to Mehsana Milk Union being the Chairman, he was asked to deposit some 42 crore rupees to make good the losses.

    So as per this precedence, Sangram and Minesh should jointly be fined to have caused huge losses to Jharkhand cooperative dairy federation being chairman.

    If they argue that the losses were incidental and were not caused intentionally, then also they reflect great professional failure. And for such a great professional failure, they should be penalized professionally.

    But look what happens under the fiefdom of Mr. Satiator Rath! He promotes both of them. Oh dear Lord, is this an organization of national importance or national impotence?

    Sangram and Minesh must be put in jail for their criminal acts. On one hand they ruin cooperatives through innovative ideas and simultaneously they extract kickbacks from suppliers.

    If only CAG audits the secret fund of NDDB chairman for the last 10 years, at least a dozen of these Golden awardees would land in jail.

    Colur Colour

    In Reply to harsh vasanani 3 months ago

    Both the culprits.. one Sangram was already ED, NDDB and is now MD, Mother Dairy.. another Minesh promoted to ED, NDDB. The so termed competent and hard-working people by you. Open you eyes.. where is your soul?

    Ajay Kumar

    3 months ago

    An educational institute is not meant to cover-up whereas one can because of OYPs. Of IRMA (Institute of Rural Management, Anand). After charges of corruption on NDDB-managed Jharkhand Milk Federation found to be of worth by lokayukta, incumbent NDDB chairman has no right to continue as IRMA BOG Chairman even if he has two years extension letter. IRMA Board of Governors should learn lessons from Bhopal Milk Union, where-in two IAS officers were appointed as CEO (in addition to IAS-MD) after charges of corruption related to milk tanker during 2016-18 before returning to normalcy (i.e., regular employee as CEO), similarly, incumbent NDDB Chairman should resign and in-service IAS of MORD as secretary/joint secretary as in IRMA BOG should take over as IRMA BOG Chairman.

    Ajay Kumar

    3 months ago

    These OPYians have spoilt the image of IRMA, such program had not been taken up at IRMA (Institute of rural management, Anand) from 1991 to 1997 to support caste-ism, augment corruption and reward criminalization. Once can see – mainly OYPians are involved in corruption scam including that retired employee given charge as Managing director of Jharkhand MilKfed, BS Khanna. Another KC Supekar is entrusted NCDFI – Managing Director. The height of the fact is that these culprits had harassed me in student days also at IRMA in PRM 12 by engaging me in a project. These people support caste-ism and thru misdeeds, have influenced alumni coordinator to detach my profile from alma-connect from last four years, which has again been detached from the last six months. OYP had been started first by granting admissions to three MPCDF employees namely Sanjaav Dixit of PRM 10 and Kamlesh Sharma and Sanjeev Kapoor of PRM 11 in PRM course of IRMA, later it was withdrawn during 1997 after granting admission to an NDDB employee along with an IRMA Staff. OFFICIALLY OYPIANS ARE NOT PART OF IRMA ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, they can only be so through misdeeds

    EY Back on Job for Air India Sale, EoI To Be Ready Soon
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    In a letter to Air India chairman Ashwani Lohani, civil aviation secretary Pradeep Singh Kharola had advised to finalise the financials of Air India and its subsidiaries by end of June, 2019.
     
    "Also, the accounts for FY 2018-19 would form the basis of bidding. Therefore, it is necessary that they are prepared with utmost caution so as to reflect the correct financial status," Mr Kharola had written in the letter which has been reviewed by IANS.
     
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    The government had, last year, initiated the process to sell majority 74% stake in the national carrier but the plan proved a damp squib with no private investor turning up for the offer.
     
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    Colur Colour

    3 months ago

    Dilip Rath, the current Chairman of NDDB is the real strategist in all this. He was in IAS and Joint Secretary (DADF). He did not rise in IAS as per normal promotion timelines (can check the progress of his batch mates of 1979). This was because of his poor performance and charges of corruption and benami assets. Ask anyone in IAS of the time and he tells you everything.

    Rath was feeling complex facing his cadre. He also did not want to leave a well paid and powered job. While being JS (DADF) he was on Board of NDDB. He saw that Tikku is due for retirement and drew a master plan. He ganged up with Tikku and Amrita, then MD and Chairman of NDDB respectively. He left his IAS job and joined NDDB as MD.

    The level of corruption and mismanagement has grown manifold since. He is promoting and shielding people who support him in corruption. Also, as quid pro quo he keeps Amrita, Tikku and the old lot in juicy positions. Taking advantage, even these people are minting money. All this is evident in your well covered and elaborate story, which is entirely factual leaving nothing to doubt. Even appointment at ED at NDDB and MD at subsidiary levels are done without looking at age, competency or procedures.For instance a case of sexual harassment was made by lady staff against Rajesh Subramaniam, MD of IDMC- a subsidiary of NDDB. Without any investigation and enquiry, Rath used his IAS network to get the case dismissed only because Rajesh is among those who are hand in glove in corruption with Dilip Rath. In greed, they stoop to such low levels

    A great work by Sucheta and team. In fact, the notification of 3 December 2018 extending Raths term was not put up on DOPT site nor in any public domain. Why? What was intention of ACC. Why was Rath then given 2 years before model code of conduct in March 2019? There can be no answers to this. A questionnaire needs to be sent to Agriculture Ministry, DOPT and PMO.

    The shameless people put money in ILFS Inter Corporate Deposit - unsecured - after scam.was in public domain. To show genuineness, they also put money of NDDB Employees PF Trust in ILFS. We inside NDDB are.the worst lot. The Chairman is taking us for a ride. Appointing his favorites to key positions and blindly taking actions on those not cooperating with him.on his sins. .

    Thousands of crores of farmer monies have been siphoned to make properties in India and abroad.
    We need a voice and thanks for becoming the our voice.
    voice.

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    In a statement here, Reliance Capital said it will receive approximately Rs 6,000 crore as sale consideration for its stakes in RNAM.
     
    Both partners currently hold 42.88 per cent each in the company, while the rest is held by public shareholders.
     
    Reliance Capital said that pursuant to the agreements, Nippon Life will also make an open offer of RNAM to the public shareholders at Rs 230 per share, as required under market regulator regulations, and reach the maximum permissible promoter shareholding of 75 per cent for listed companies.
     
    The transaction price represents a premium of 15.5 per cent to the minimum 60-day price as specified under the Sebi Takeover Regulations.
     
    Reliance Capital will receive proceeds of approximately Rs 6,000 crore ($860 million) through sale of its shareholding to Nippon Life Insurance at Rs 230 a share, and the simultaneous Offer For Sale (OFS) to other financial investors.
     
    The entire proceeds of approximately Rs 6,000 crore will be utilised to reduce Reliance Capital's outstanding debt by 33 per cent, the company said.
     
    "I am delighted that our longstanding and most valued partner, Nippon Life Insurance, is increasing its stake in RNAM to 75 per cent. The monetisation of the RNAM stake is part of our value unlocking strategy," Reliance Group Chairman Anil Ambani said in a statement.
     
    "We expect this transaction, together with other deals underway, to substantially reduce RCAP's debt by over 50 per cent in the current financial year," he added.
     
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