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The government has revoked its decision to quarantine & conduct pesticide residue tests for agriculture produce imported from India, which has stirred a debate as the decision has direct & major implications on public health.
Here is what you need to know about the government’s earlier decision, the supply & price disruption it created in the market, its move to revoke the earlier decision & its implications.
Following the Cabinet decision that came into effect on June 17, border authorities did not allow the passage of fruits & vegetables without first conducting laboratory tests for pesticide residues because the new decision required importers to acquire clearance from the Food Import Export Quality Certification Office & Plant Quarantine Office at customs checkpoints.