Central Government takes a strong stand to control prices of pulses
This time, the government is monitoring the prices of pulses for control. There is no shortage of pulses in the country and the government is eyeing the prices. Some of the profiteers are charging profits by the scarcity of pulses, they will be made by the government.
Currently the bumper stock
As per the information received from sources, food supply and Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Friday raised the issue of price rise of Arhar Dal at a press conference in Delhi, saying that the buffer stock has 14 lakh tonnes of pulses and also nafed has 20 Lakh tonnes of pulses. Even if they increase their prices, the government will take note of it. In the national capital and some other places, the price of Tur Dal has reached to Rs 94-95 per kilo.