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Tuesday, 14 July 2020

5 Karnal mills found short of rice stock

Tribune News Service

Karnal, July 13

The physical verification conducted by seven teams revealed that the stock of custom milled rice (CMR) was short in five mills, ranging between 100 and 1,400 quintals.

Besides, two mills failed to produce the records, while one was found shut.

Properties attached

  • The inspection of mills was ordered after the district administration seized two trucks laden with bags of rice bearing the mark of FCI, Uttar Pradesh

  • In all, 41 mills are yet to deliver over 30 per cent of custom milled rice, prompting the authorities to attach the properties of 16 mills

On Monday, Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) Ashok Bansal submitted his report in this regard to Deputy Commissioner (DC) Nishant Kumar Yadav. "I have submitted my report to the DC and the final decision will be taken by him. Five mills were short of stock," Bansal said.

The DC said the report would be sent to the government and the amount would be recovered from these mills by auctioning the properties.

The physical verification was ordered after the district administration seized two trucks of rice in bags bearing the mark of the Food Corporation of India, Uttar Pradesh, after which the team inspected the stock of two mills, where the seized rice was supposed to be delivered.

These teams were constituted by the DC to determine the stock position in the mills.

Apart from this verification, as many as 41 are yet to deliver over 30 per cent of rice, prompting the authorities to attach the properties of 16 mills.

"We have attached the properties of 16 mills so far. The last date to deliver the CMR is July 15," the DC added.



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