chouhan: Tax exemption in Cm’s plan to boost wheat export | Bhopal News

Bhopal: CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Thursday met with Union Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Piyush Goyal and wheat exporters in New Delhi to devise a strategy to boost wheat exports from Bhopal. MP quality.
“Given the global rise in food grain prices, the state government and wheat exporters should make combined efforts to ensure that farmers in the state get the maximum benefit,” he said. said Chouhan, adding, “With our joint efforts, MP Wheat will spread its brilliance all over the world.
Wheat production is the strength of the state and should be exported around the world, Chouhan noted. “For this, we have taken important decisions. The Mandi tax will not be levied on exported wheat. Each facility will be made available to exporters through the Export Cell in Bhopal. Any business or trader can purchase wheat from anywhere in the state with a single license. Online auction is available. Exporters can buy wheat by registering with a local person,” the CM said.
For value addition and wheat quality certification, infrastructure and a laboratory will be made available to exporters in major mandis. If exporters need space to set up export houses in major mandis, this space will be temporarily provided at preferential rates. If an exporter is required to grade wheat, the cost will also be reimbursed. The railways have assured there will be no shortage of rakes, he said. Chouhan said with these decisions, MP’s wheat exports will increase and farmers will reap the benefits. This time too, the state will have a bumper harvest due to the government’s agriculture-oriented policies and hard-working farmers, he said.
Union MoS Niranjan Jyoti, Principal Secretary, Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection, Faiz Ahmed Kidwai, Principal Secretary, Industrial Policy and Investment Promotion, Sanjay Shukla and other senior officials also attended the meeting.

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