He said that it would not be applicable in case of Bangladesh stopping the export of wheat from India.
Can be brought in GTG method. He also said that there is ‘sufficient’ stock of wheat in the country.
He was speaking after the second meeting of the Task Force Committee on Review of Commodity Prices and Market Situation in the conference room of the Commerce Ministry at the Secretariat on Wednesday afternoon.
Regarding wheat, the Commerce Minister said that for a few days now there has been talk in the market that India has stopped exporting wheat.
Therefore, the market has started to affect the price of wheat.
But the word is not right for us.
India has stopped exporting to other countries.
I have spoken to the High Commissioner, Unio also gave a press conference that GTZ has not been stopped, as much as can be brought to the government level.