Food ministry extends time period for stock limits on tur October 30

Breaking News: the food ministry has now extended the time period for the stock limits on tur, urad dal to prevent hoarding. Yes, this news is true. This is one of the biggest shocking news of current time. This news is the main headline on many famous news channels right now. This has been done to prevent hoarding. People on the internet are really shocked after listening to this news. This news is currently trending on Twitter (X). This news has been re-shared by many people on Twitter (X). Now to know everything about this decision read this article till the end as we have brought a lot of information about this topic. So do not miss any line or paragraph of this article if you want to know everything and read this article till the ending of the last line.


According to the source, on Monday, 25th September 2023. The Food and Consumer Affairs ministry has extended the time period of the existing stock limits of the urad and tur dal for a total of two months which means till the 31st of December 2023. This news is viral on Twitter (X) right now. It has been reported that before this decision the stock limits on urad and tur dal were going to end on the 30th of October 2023 but now there is the biggest twist and it has been extended for more than two months. Scroll down to know more.

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The Food Ministry has also revised the stock holding limit for the minimum entities. As per the notification by the ministry, the stock limits for the big chain retailers and wholesalers at the depot are now going to be reduced from 200 tonnes to 50 tonnes each. Currently, the food ministry has given many big shocks. Keep reading this article till the last.

As per the reports, all the limits of the stock for millers are now going to be reduced from the last three months of production and also the 25% of annual capacity whichever is higher in the last month of the production. Sources reveal that 10% of annual capacity which may be higher will be also reduced. According to the statement given by the ministry, the revision in the stock limit and extension of the time period is now going to prevent the hoarding and it may continue the release of urad and tur dal in some limited quantity. Further details will be revealed soon.

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