When the farmers of India are protesting on the streets for the last few months for saving their rights to get the minimum sell price for their produce, in contrast to it, a dairy farmer from Maharashtra buys a helicopter amounting to Rs 30 crores to make his business run smoother. Janardhan Bhoir, the dairy farmer says he needs to travel across the country often and so he took this decision.
Janardhan Has a Net Worth of 100 Crores Approx.
Janardhan Bhoir, the dairy farmer who bought a helicopter recently has a net worth of approximately 100 crores as per reports. Apart from his dairy farming and milk business he also takes part in the management of other businesses that include real estate as well. In addition to it, he also owns warehouses in Bhiwandi where the takers for such warehouses are too many and thus, he makes a good income out of that also. It is evident that shelling out 30 crores for buying the helicopter is not a difficult thing for him.
Helicopter Accommodation to be built on 2.5 Acres of Land
When you buy a helicopter you need to accommodate and maintain it to get the maximum benefits out of it. Thus, Bhoir is building an accommodation for his helicopter that would be delivered to him on March 15, in his 2.5-acre land. In the accommodation, there will be a garage for his air-vehicle, a technician room, and a pilot room as well. He is also planning to make a helipad that has a protecting wall on the sides. He says he bought the helicopter to make his conveyance easier. He has to travel to a lot of destinations for his business and sometimes the locations do not have an airport also. So, he took the decision of buying a helicopter.
The Helicopter Will Make His Travel Easier, Says Janardhan
The dairy farmer who also has other businesses to his credit says that he needs to travel places often related to his farming business and thus, owning a helicopter shall help him with his travel to a greater extent. Janardhan said, “I have to frequently travel for my business, that’s the reason I bought a helicopter. I need it often to look after my dairy business and farming”.
The Policy Times policy suggestions
- During such a time when the whole world and our very own country is facing tough times managing the monetary expenses, such a move by the rich people of the country is indeed a thing to worry about. The government must make policies to levy pandemic cess to the income of such billionaires to balance the economic situation of the country.