NEW DELHI: The Government has lifted ban on export of tur, urad and moong dal to help farmers get "remunerative prices".
However, exports of these varieties of pulses can be undertaken after taking permission from agri export promotion body Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA). At present, only organic pulses and kabuli chana are allowed to be shipped in a limited quantity.
In a notification, the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) said it has "removed prohibition on export of tur, urad and moong dal till further orders. The ban on these varieties has been lifted with immediate effect".
Exports should be made through customs electronic data interchange (EDI) ports, the notification said.
Exports through Bangladesh and Nepal border will be allowed subject to registration of quantity with the DGFT, it said.