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The Government of India has taken the following steps in order to check hoarding and blackmarketing:-

(i)                   Powers have been vested with State Governments for taking action under the provisions of Essential Commodities Act, 1955 and Prevention of Blackmarketing and Maintenance of Supplies of Essential Commodities Act, 1980.

(ii)      To enable the State Governments/UT Administrations to take effective action

for undertaking de-hoarding operations under the Essential Commodties

Act, 1955, it was decided to enable State Governments to impose stock-

   holding limits by keeping in abeyance some provisions of the Central Order

   dated 15.02.2002 in respect of pulses, edible oils, edible oilseeds, rice and

   paddy for the period upto 30.09.2010.  The commodity wheat which had

   also been included in the above list has been removed w.e.f. 01.04.2009.

(iii)           Further, in respect of sugar, the Central Government have also  issued Orders providing for stock-holding/turnover limits which are as follows:

Stockholding: (i)  in Kolkata and extended area –

(a)     recognized dealers who import sugar from  outside West Bengal – 10,000 quintals;

(b)  other recognized dealers – 2000 quintals;

(ii)  in other places – 2000 quintls.

Turnover: No dealer can hold the stock of sugar for a period

exceeding 30  days from the date of receipt by him of such stock.

(iv)      The details of the raids conducted, value of goods confiscated and persons booked

          for violation of rules under the Essential Commodities Act, 1955, during the year

           2009 (updated upto 31.10.2009) as reported by State Governments/UT


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