India’s first yogurt culture survived the Brexit.
A team of students and professionals from the city of Alwar in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh started working on the project after the UK’s Brexit decision last June.
The team is now planning to move on with their work.
“We are proud to have a culture that has survived the current Brexit period,” Alwar’s director general, Nalin Rani, told The Hindu.
“We are planning to make yogurt, which we believe is the ultimate taste of India.”
Rani, who is a student of Alawar’s School of Agricultural and Food Sciences, added: “It is very important to get our culture back on track after Brexit.
There are no more jobs for our people, but we are hoping that the government will act to make us a more attractive place to live.”
In May, the government announced a scheme to create a “vibrant” Indian economy, in which the government aims to attract investments and create jobs.
Alwar has been part of this plan for the past 20 years, but its economy has not grown in the past three years.
“After Brexit, we will have to create an environment for our young people to grow up in,” said Rani.
“They will have a good education and they will have an opportunity to work.”
The students are currently working on a plan to provide scholarships to students from the district to study in Alwar.
They hope to launch this plan in 2019.