The administration will tighten the noose for those who hoard pulses

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Balrampur. The administration will now tighten the noose of action against those who hoard legumes. The exercise has now started to deal with the sudden rise in the prices of legumes. The inventory is verified and evaluated in order to provide the general public with impulses at the prescribed price.
The stock of five types of legumes has to be announced weekly by the traders. The wise committee formed after the inventory is declared will carry out the review and evaluation. If deviations are found in the stock of five legumes during the inspection and evaluation, strict measures will be taken against the trader concerned.
On behalf of the Commissioner’s food and logistics department, it was decided to tighten the noose on shareholders in order to contain the sudden rise in legume prices. Shareholders will announce the legume inventory every week. After the legume stock has been announced, there is a weekly hearing for review and assessment by the DM.
On behalf of the Government of India, the URL, User ID and Password will be sent to all pulse mills, importers, distributors and wholesalers in the district who are registered on their behalf. The stock of five legumes is announced weekly on the portal.
All varieties of a legume species are marked in one place. After the announcement by the dealers, the inventory is checked by DM. According to the Consumer Goods Act, pulses are made available to the general public at reasonable prices.
There is currently a sudden sharp spike in legume prices, which may be due to legume stockholders’ hoarding. The Essential Commodities Act of 1995 provides that state governments have been given the powers of information, collection, production, delivery, distribution, trading, and access to relevant accounts and records, and so on.
In all three Tehsils of the district, Sadar, Utraula, and Tulsipur, the wise committee has been formed for the weekly hearing of the explanation and evaluation of legumes by the legume owners such as millers, traders and importers.
In the Committee of Balrampur tehsil, Sadar SDM Arun Kumar Gaur President, Regional Food Officer Sadar Member and Marketing Officer Sadar Convenor, SDM Dr. Nagendra Nath Yadav President of the Utraula Tehsil Committee, Supply Inspector Utraula Member and Marketing Inspector Utraula Convenor and Committee of Tulsipur Tehsil SDM Vinod Kumar Singh was appointed Chairman, Supply Inspector Tulsipur Member and Marketing Inspector Gasdi as convener.

Balrampur. The administration will now tighten the noose of action against those who hoard legumes. The exercise has now started to deal with the sudden rise in the prices of legumes. The inventory is verified and evaluated in order to provide the general public with impulses at the prescribed price.

The stock of five types of legumes has to be announced weekly by the traders. The wise committee formed after the inventory is declared will carry out the review and evaluation. If deviations are found in the stock of five legumes during the inspection and evaluation, strict measures will be taken against the trader concerned.

On behalf of the Commissioner’s food and logistics department, it was decided to tighten the noose on shareholders in order to contain the sudden rise in legume prices. Shareholders will announce the legume inventory every week. After the legume stock has been announced, there is a weekly hearing for review and assessment by the DM.

On behalf of the Government of India, the URL, User ID and Password will be sent to all pulse mills, importers, distributors and wholesalers in the district who are registered on their behalf. The stock of five legumes is announced weekly on the portal.

All varieties of a legume species are marked in one place. After the announcement by the traders, DM will have the stock reviewed. According to the Consumer Goods Act, pulses are made available to the general public at reasonable prices.

There is currently a sudden sharp spike in legume prices, which may be due to legume stockholders’ hoarding. The Essential Commodities Act of 1995 provides that state governments have been given the powers of information, collection, production, delivery, distribution, trading, and access to relevant accounts and records, and so on.

In all three Tehsils of the district, Sadar, Utraula, and Tulsipur, the wise committee has been formed for the weekly hearing of the explanation and evaluation of legumes by the legume owners such as millers, traders and importers.

In the Committee of Balrampur tehsil, Sadar SDM Arun Kumar Gaur President, Regional Food Officer Sadar Member and Marketing Officer Sadar Convenor, SDM Dr. Nagendra Nath Yadav President of the Utraula Tehsil Committee, Supply Inspector Utraula Member and Marketing Inspector Utraula Convenor and Committee of Tulsipur Tehsil SDM Vinod Kumar Singh was appointed Chairman, Supply Inspector Tulsipur Member and Marketing Inspector Gasdi as convener.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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