With aaa new-model in the config I think Milan will find that login local is no longer accepted. If he wants to remove aaa new-model this should work, but I suspect that he wants to keep the aaa processing.
The essential part of this issue is that Cisco by default does aaa authorization processing on the vty ports and does not do it on the console. (This is to help keep people from locking themselves out of the router is they have mis-configured authorization processing.) It is the authorization processing that puts users directly into privilege mode.
If Milan is comfortable that his configuration of authorization is good and if he will add this line to the configuration I think he will achieve what he is trying to do:
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