The government imposed a ban on the export of wheat with immediate effect, this is a big reason, officials said that there will be more trouble in the west. Government Imposed Ban On Export of Wheat with Immediate Effect | Patrika News

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Notification issued by Ministry of Commerce The notification issued by the Indian Ministry of Commerce said, “In order to manage the country’s overall food security and support the needs of neighboring and other vulnerable countries, exports will be allowed based on the requests of the governments, with immediate effect. The export of wheat has been banned from Based on the permission granted by the Government of India to other countries to meet their food security needs and the Government of India is committed to meeting the food security needs of neighboring and other vulnerable developing countries, the sudden change in the global wheat market are adversely affected by agriculture and are unable to access adequate supply of wheat.

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Why did the price increase? Due to the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, the international price of wheat has increased by about 40 percent. Due to this the export of wheat from India has increased. The increase in demand has led to a sharp rise in the prices of wheat and flour at the local level. In a separate notification, the Directorate General of Foreign Trade announced easing of export conditions for onion seeds. The prices of food items have been increasing rapidly for a long time across the country, due to which the economic burden on the people is increasing. The price of flour has increased by about 13 per cent as compared to last year.

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export of 14 lakh tonnes of wheat in april Significantly, India is the second largest producer of wheat in the world. The country exported a total of 70 lakh tonnes of wheat for the financial year 2021-22, while in the month of April last, India has exported a record 14 lakh tonnes of wheat. Let us inform here that inflation is touching the sky in the country, retail inflation has once again reached 7.79 percent in the month of April, taking a giant leap. Meanwhile, inflation on food articles has reached a level of 8.38 per cent in April.

UP officials wrote a letter The officials of the Food Supply Department of UP have written a letter to the Center saying that instead of wheat in Purvanchal, they will feed rice, but how to give wheat to the people of the West? Arun Kumar Singh, Additional Commissioner, Food Supplies Department in Lucknow, has said that in that scheme, the Government of India has allocated rice instead of wheat. He said that in the seven mandals of the West, people do not like to eat rice.

onion was banned Along with banning the export of wheat with immediate effect, DGFT informed in a second notification that the export policy of onion seeds has also been changed and it has been kept under limited category with immediate effect. Let us inform here that earlier the export of onion seeds was also in the restricted category.

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