Hathras: License for five fertilizer manufacturers in black marketing for urea canceled

Hathras
The licenses of five fertilizer suppliers were revoked in the case of the illicit marketing of urea in the district. These fertilizer sellers had sold more urea than the government prescribed on the Aadhar card and farm book. After verifying the facts, the district agricultural officer has taken action to revoke their licenses. Although these salespeople appealed to the director of agriculture, there was no relief from there either.
The review of fertilizer sellers selling in the top 20 is done to prevent urea from being marketed on black by the government in the district. In that order, verification measures have been taken under the direction of the District Agriculture Commissioner in the district here. The teams made their reports available to the department after review. This report indicated that five district fertilizer vendors had sold urea bags that exceeded the standard prescribed in the Farm Book and Aadhaar Card. On this basis, these providers were given notices of exhibition reasons and asked for clarification.
Department heads could not be satisfied with the explanation of these providers. On this basis, District Agriculture Commissioner Dipin Kumar revoked the licenses of all five providers. These salespeople appealed to the Director of Agriculture, but the appeal of these salespeople was denied. Dipin Kumar, the district agricultural officer, said that if the appeal was rejected, these vendors’ licenses would be completely revoked.
He announced that the licenses of Aggarwal Fertilizers Sasni, Shubham Traders Manikpur, Maheshwari Fertilizer Bhatikara, Radhe Trader Ratibhanpur and Radharani Khad Bhandar Kachora have been revoked. Instructions were given to all of these vendors to submit E-Pos machines. He announced that all wholesalers had also been instructed not to supply these suppliers with fertilizer.

Hathras

The licenses of five fertilizer suppliers were revoked in the case of the illicit marketing of urea in the district. These fertilizer sellers had sold more urea than the government prescribed on the Aadhar card and farm book. After verifying the facts, the district agricultural officer has taken action to revoke their licenses. Although these salespeople appealed to the director of agriculture, there was no relief from there either.

The review of fertilizer sellers selling in the top 20 is done to prevent urea from being marketed on black by the government in the district. In that order, verification measures have been taken under the direction of the District Agriculture Commissioner in the district here. The teams made their reports available to the department after review. This report indicated that five district fertilizer vendors had sold urea bags that exceeded the standard prescribed in the farm book and on the Aadhaar card. On this basis, these providers were given notices of exhibition reasons and an explanation was obtained.

Department heads could not be satisfied with the explanation of these providers. On this basis, District Agriculture Commissioner Dipin Kumar revoked the licenses of all five providers. These salespeople appealed to the Director of Agriculture, but from there the appeal of these salespeople was denied. Dipin Kumar, the district agricultural officer, said that if the appeal was rejected, these vendors’ licenses would be completely revoked.

He announced that the licenses of Aggarwal Fertilizers Sasni, Shubham Traders Manikpur, Maheshwari Fertilizer Bhatikara, Radhe Trader Ratibhanpur and Radharani Khad Bhandar Kachora have been revoked. Instructions were given to all of these vendors to submit E-Pos machines. He announced that all wholesalers had also been instructed not to supply these suppliers with fertilizer.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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