Oushadhi to open outlets in 4 districts; ashram of Sandeepananda Giri in TVM likely location


The company has held talks and is considering buying or renting buildings with basic amenities.

Sandeepanandagiri | Photo: Mathrubhumi, www.oushadhi.org

Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala government’s Ayurvedic medicine manufacturing company Oushadhi will open more outlets in different parts of the state. The outlets will open in Thiruvananthapuram, Pathanamthitta, Kottayam, Wayanad or Kozhikode. It is learnt that the company is interested to open an outlet in the ‘ashram’ of the Sandeepananda Giri in Thiruvananthapuram, but the second stage of the talks are yet to begin.

Currently, the company has only one outlet in the state. The company decided to expand considering the crowd at the outlet in Thrissur.

The former chairman of the company had put forward a directive to open an outlet at the Sandeepananda Giri ashram but the unavailability of funds from the union Ayush ministry halted the project.

The company has held talks and is considering buying or renting buildings with basic amenities. The authorities have already visited the Sandeepanandagiri ashram, but according to them, only the first round of talks have been held so far.

Oushadhi chairperson Sobhana George told mathrubhumi.com that no decision has been taken to open an outlet in the ashram. Sandeepananda Giri, who is close to the ruling dispensation, has also denied the reports.

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