According to the reports so far, this move by the government may reduce the price of dal. Currently, all types of pulses, including lentil, mung bean, tower and chickpea, have become expensive. Its prices are increasing day by day.
The central government has taken a major step to control inflation. The government has formed a committee to put a stop to the rising prices of dal. The special thing is that BeansThis committee has been formed to monitor the illegal stock of The government feels that the traders are stocking more pulses than the fixed limit. In such a situation, the supply of pulses in the market is being affected, so the prices are increasing. This is the reason why the Center has to set up a special committee to monitor stocks of pulses.
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According to the reports so far, this move by the government may reduce the price of dal. Currently, all types of pulses including lentil, mung bean, tower and gram have become expensive. Its prices are increasing day by day. However, the central government has imported significant quantities of pulses from abroad in recent months. However, pulses are becoming more expensive instead of cheaper. However, experts say that stocking beyond this limit is making pulses expensive.
Traders have stocked illegal beans
Now after the formation of the committee, the central officials will monitor the stock of pulses in the states and Union Territories. In the meantime, legal action will be taken against any trader who overstocks pulses. The government then believes that there has been excessive import of pulses in the country. However, prices are increasing. This is happening due to illegal overstocking.
The state government will also take action
According to the information, the government received information that the importing traders were stockpiling pulses. They are not releasing pulses in the market as required. This has affected the supply of dal in the mandis, causing prices to rise. The central government has also ordered the state governments to take action against traders who have excess stocks of pulses. In such a situation, it is now being said that the price of dal may decrease in the coming months.
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