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Want to make Kashmiri saffron a globally popular brand: PM Modi

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Want to make Kashmiri saffron a globally popular brand: PM Modi

Want to make Kashmiri saffron a globally popular brand: PM Modi

Government want to make Kashmiri saffron a globally popular brand as it received Geographical Indication Tag in the month of May this year, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his 72nd edition of Mann Ki Baat on December 27.

"In May this year, the Kashmiri saffron was given the Geographical Indication Tag or GI tag.

Through this, we want to make Kashmiri saffron a globally popular brand," said PM Modi.


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