The government has started keeping a close eye on the import of LED lights
Before Diwali, Modi government made this special plan with Chinese LED lights, know the rules
Before Diwali, the government has started keeping a close watch on the import of LED lights. The government has made certain rules and imported LED lights have to comply with the rules of Bureau of Indian Standards i.e. BIS. The government's move is aimed at reducing the import of LED lights, which have a coin in the Indian market.
- Modi government is eyeing the import of LED lights
- Imported lights must comply with BIS standards
- Chinese LED lights dominate the Indian market during festivals.
There have been some changes in the Foreign Trade Policy of the Directorate General of Foreign Trade. Based on this, BIS will take a random sample and test it in a laboratory to check quality. According to the order, if a person does not pass the sample test, his entire shipment will be ruined.
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India has imposed some restrictions on imports from China in the past few weeks due to border tensions. The government started an investigation into non-essential goods from China last year.
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જરાતીમાં માહિતી માટે અહીં ક્Currently, some items are imported from China for Diwali, whether they are LED lights, sculptures or decorations. In these imports, the government has come to know that many other goods are also coming to India illegally. Because of this, the government has become cautious.