Wheat Export Ban Impact: The Government of India has banned the export of wheat with immediate effect. It has been learned from the official notification that the export of wheat has now been put in the category of banned goods. After the ban on the export of wheat by the government, Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav has attacked the BJP government by tweeting.
Bulldozer is ready- Akhilesh Yadav
Akhilesh Yadav wrote in the tweet, “Is the intention of the BJP government behind selling wheat to industrialists instead of government procurement of wheat so that the grain does not reach the poor. When will the government get the promise of ‘wheat purchase rigged’ beaten. The ‘flour mafia’ is being illegally occupied. The bulldozer is ready, isn’t it?
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Banning ‘indirect’ taxes for farmers
Along with this, farmers’ organization Bharat Krishak Samaj (BKS) on Saturday expressed unhappiness over the ban on wheat export, saying that banning the export of agricultural products is like an ‘indirect’ tax for the farmers. BKS President Ajay Veer Jakhar said that due to this move of the government, farmers will not be able to take advantage of high global prices and India will also lose its credibility as a reliable trading partner. It is sad that India has imposed restrictions on wheat export. Banned. Banning the export of agricultural products is an indirect tax for farmers.”
Farmers will also lose the stock of wheat
He said that due to imposition of restrictions, the basic price of agricultural products comes down and farmers are not able to get the benefit of rising prices of commodities even after paying higher cost. Jakhar also said, “Today not only traders but farmers will also lose their stock of wheat. It is because of such restrictions on exports that farmers do not trust market reforms. This further breaks trust.”
India has banned the export of wheat with immediate effect as part of measures to control rising prices domestically. In the last financial year, the country had exported 70 lakh tonnes of wheat and this year it was planned to export 10 million tonnes.
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