Parrot rice can be exported with conditions

New Delhi: The government has now allowed the export of broken rice till September 30, but this can be done only with certain conditions. According to the new instructions issued by the government, only those bulk rice consignments will be allowed till September 30, whose shipments were on the ship before the decision of the ban or where the shipping bill has been filed and the ship has already reached Indian ports. have gone. Exports are made, in such cases exports will be possible by 15th September.

According to a report, the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) has issued a notification on Tuesday extending the deadline for export of broken rice. Welcoming the decision of the Government, MD & CEO, RBB Ship Chartering Ltd. Rajesh Bhojwani said that this step of the government will help in removing the broken cargo of rice stuck at the ports.

Earlier the deadline for export of broken rice was fixed till September 15. Let us tell you that on September 9, India had banned the export of parrot rice with immediate effect. The ban on exports is significant as the total area sown under paddy has come down this year during the monsoon season, which may affect production and crop prices.

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