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LEVY CONTROL ORDER

HARYANA GOVERNMENT

FOOD AND SUPPLY DEPARTMENT

(Amendment up to Notification dated 07.02.2003)

No. S.O.49/C.A.10/55/S.3/85. –Whereas the Governor of Haryana is of the Opinion that it is necessary and expedient for maintaining the supplies of rice and for securing its equitable distribution and availability at fair prices.

Now, therefore, in, exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of The Essential Commodities Act, 1955 (Act 10 of (1955), read with the Government of India, Ministry of Agriculture (Department of Food), Order No. GSR 800, dated the 9th June, 1978 and GSR 452 (E), dated the 25th October, 1972, the Governor of Haryana, with the prior concurrence of the Central Government, hereby makes the following order, namely: -

SHORT TITLES-1.This order may be called the Haryana Rice Procurement (Levy) order, 1985.

DEFINITIONS-2. In this order, unless the context other wise requires, -

(a) "Custom milling “ means milling of paddy, not belonging to the miller, into rice in his rice mill on payment of milling charges in cash or in kind;

(b) “Director” means the Director of Food and Supplies Haryana and includes Additional Director, Food and Supplies Haryana Joint Director, Food and Supply Haryana Deputy Director, food and Supplies, Haryana, Assistant Director, Food and Supplies, Haryana and any other officer authorised by the Government to administer all or any oft he provisions of this order;

(c) “Enforcement Officer” means the Director and includes any other officer not below the rank of Sub-Inspector of Police and Food & Supplies or any other Officer so authorised by the Government not below the rank of Sub-Inspector, Food &Supplies.

(d) “Food Corporation” means the Food Corporation of India established under section 3 of the Food Corporation Act, 1964 (Act 37 of 1964);

(e) “Government means the Government of the State of Haryana

*(f)

**(g) “Rice Miller “ means the owner of other person in-charge of rice mill

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**Shall be omitted vide date 07.02.2003.

**Substituted vide notification date 17.11.97

person or authority which has ultimate control over the affairs of such mill and when the said affairs are entrusted to a Manager, Managing Director or Managing Agent, such Manager, Managing Director or Managing Agent.

(gg) “Marketing seasons means the period commencing from the 1st day of October every year to 30th September, next year;

(h) “permit,” means a permit issued by the Director to a Rice Miller to undertake custom milling of paddy

(i) “procurement price” means the price specified in Schedule 111 for different varieties of rice as per specification given in Schedule 1V as fixed by the Government with the prior concurrence of the central Government from time to time;

(j) "Purchase officer" means ‘Director and includes the District Food and Supplies controller and District Food and Supplies officer in their respective jurisdiction or any other officer appointed by the Government to purchase rice from the rice miller / dealers .

(k) Ommitted vide notification dated 6.1.95

(l) "paddy and rice" means paddy and rice  of the varieties described in Schedule I and Schedule I I , respectively ;

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*Notification dated 29.09.98

(m) “rice mill, “ means the plant and the machinery with which and the premises including the precincts thereof in which or in any part of which, rice-milling operation is carried on;

(n) "Schedule “ means a schedule to this order

(o) “specifications” means this specifications prescribed for rice in Schedule IV .

*Levy on Millers: 3. Levy on Rice Millers. – (I) Every Rice Miller shall deliver to the Purchase officer or such agency as may be appointed by the Government in this behalf, at the procurement price in any variety, seventy-five percent of price conforming to the specifications, or such percentage, as may be specified by the Government from time to time with the prior concurrence of the Central Government, of: -

**(a) the total quantity of rice conforming to the specifications owned by him except the levy free rice covered by release certificate granted to him in accordance with clause 9 of this order, which is held in stock on the date of commencement of the marketing season: “and

(b) the total quantity of rice conforming to the specification milled by him every day out of his stocks of paddy owned or acquired by him: and

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*Substituted vide notification dated 22.09.98

**Changed vide notification dated 15.09.98.

(c) the total quantity of rice conforming to the specification purchased or otherwise acquired by him expect the levy free rice:

“Provided that the non-basmati superfine rice meant for export outside the country shall be exempt from levy for the Kharif season 1993-94 only.

“Provided further that the quantity of non-basmati superfine leviable rice exported outside the country against foreign exchange would continue to remain exempt during Kharif season 1994-95 also, in accordance with the procedure to be laid down by the Director.

“Provided further that the non-basmati fine rice meant for export outside the country would also be exempt from levy for the remaining period of Kharif season 1994-95 only, in accordance with procedure laid down by the Director

“Provided further that both fine and superfine variety of non-basmati rice meant for export outside the country would remain exempt from levy for Kharif season 1995-96 also in accordance with the procedure already laid down by the Director”.

“Provided further that during Kharif season 1998-99 the rice produced out of paddy procured up to 31st October, 1998 would be exempt from levy obligation. However, normal levy of 75% would remain effective from 1st November, 1998.”

2(a) No miller shall sell or in any manner transfer any quantity of paddy held by him in stocks to any dealer. No miller shall sell or in any manner transfer any Quantity of paddy held by him in stock to any miller without prior intimation in writing to the concerned Distt Food and Supplies Controller.

Levy on  Dealers:

4. Every dealer shall deliver to the purchase Officer or such agency as may be appointed by Government in this behalf, at the procurement price, in any variety, seventy-five percent of rice conforming to the specifications, or such percentage, as may be specified by the Government, from time to time with the prior concurrence of the Central Government, of:-

(a) The total quantity of rice conforming to the specification owned by him except the levy free rice covered by release certificate granted to him in accordance with clause 9 of this order, which is held in stock on the date of commencement of marketing season; and

(b) The total quantity of rice conforming to the specification go milled by him every day out of his stocks of paddy; and

(c) The total quantity of rice conforming to the Specifications purchased or otherwise acquired by him for the purpose of sale except the levy free rice.

 "Provided that non basmati superfine rice meant for export outside the country would be exempt from the levy for Kharif season 1993-94 only.

 "Provided further that the quantity of non-basmati superfine leviable rice exported outside the country against foreign exchange would continue to remain exempt during Kharif season during 1994-95 also in accordance with the procedure to be laid down by the Director:

 "Provided further that the non-basmati fine rice meant for export outside the country would also be exempt from levy for the remaining period of Kharif season of 1994 - 95 only ".

 "Provided further that both fine and superfine variety of non-basmati rice meant for export outside the Country would continue to remain exempt from levy for Kharif season 1995-96 also".

 "Provided further that during Kharif season 1998-99, the rice produced out of paddy procured up to 31st of October, 1998 would be exempt from levy obligation. However, normal levy of 75% would remain effective from 1st November, 1998.”

 

Time limit for milling paddy: The miller and the dealer shall ensure that all paddy purchased by them, in the marketing season is willed before the commencement of the next season and no shall remain un milled with him at such commencement.

 

Levy rice to conform to specification:The rice required to be sold to the Government under clause 3 or clause 4 as the case may be rice of fair average quantity as prescribed in schedule IV applicable to the respective variety of rice and shall not contain refractions beyond the rejection limit shown there in and in case any stock of rice offered for sale does not conform to such specifications it shall be reconditioned or rectified by the Rice Miller or the dealer, as the case may be before being so offered, so as to bring it in conformity with such specifications.

 

Delivery of levy rice:(1) The rice required to be sold to the Government under clause 3 and clause 4 shall be delivered by the Rice Miller or the dealer, as the case, may be, to the Purchase Officer in such lots, manner, place and time as he may direct;

(2) The Purchase officer shall give a receipt to him specifying the quantity and variety of rice delivered by him and the date of taking delivery thereof.

(3) The Purchase Officer shall on taking delivery of rice make payment at the rate calculated on the basis of the Procurement price for the quantity and the variety of rice so delivered after analysis subject to quality cuts, if any, as allowed in Schedule 1V.

(4) (i) Three samples of rice shall be taken jointly after inspection of rice by representatives of state Government and Food Corporation of India in the presence of rice millers/dealers of their authorised agent.

 

(ii) Out of the above referred three samples: -

One sealed sample will be handed over to the rice miller/dealer or his authorised agent.

(b) The second sealed sample will be kept in District laboratory of Food Corporation of India/State Government as the case may be and will be analyzed jointly by the representative of State Government and Food Corporation of India in case of any dispute/or for sample checking by the officials of State headquarters or officers of regional office of Food Corporation of India/State headquarters as the case may be.

(c) The third sample will be analyzed in the Food Corporation of India/State Government laboratories the case may be, established at delivery point jointly by technical officials of Food Corporation of India and the State Government. If the same is not tested on the day of delivery of the consignment, it will be sealed and tested on the next day positively.

 

(iii) After analysis of the third sample, final results of such sample will be recorded jointly in the Analysis Chit FIR-4 provided jointly in the Government, After completing the analysis procedure Acceptance Note' in form FIR-6 will be issued by the Food Corporation of India officials to the rice millers or rice dealers, as the case may be, within twenty -four hours of the analysis.

(iv) Mode of checking by supervisory staff: -

(a) In the case of checking of accepted stocks by the supervisory staff of the State Government, Central Government of Food Corporation of India. Samples of such checked stocks shall be taken and sealed by the representatives of the State Government, Central Government, or the Food Corporation of India; as the case may be these samples will be tested at the State Government Head-quarter Laboratory/Food Corporation of India laboratory/any Laboratory authorised by the central Government.

(b) The second sample of the accepted stocks retained by the accepting agency shall be subject to Super inspection to undertaken by the officers of the State Government Central Government or Food Corporation of India in the headquarter laboratory of the State Food and Supplies Department at Chandigarh or the authorised laboratory of Central Government.

 

(v) In case it is found during subsequent checks by Food Corporation of India/State Government/Central Government that the quality of rice stocks, accepted jointly by Food Corporation India/State Government is below prescribed specifications, action will be taken against State Government officials concerned as in case of Food Corporation of India staff “

 

(5)The price payable for the stocks of rice shall be determined on the basis of the result of the Analysis miller or the dealer, as the case may be, after imposing quality cuts, if any, as allowed in schedule IV

 

(6) If, within a week of the receipt of the result of the analysis the miller or the dealer or his authorised agent, as the case may be disputes the correctness of the results he may prefer an appeal against the said rejection to the Director or an Officer duly authorised by him in his behalf not below the rank of District Food and Supplies Controller, who shall arrange to get the other sample, which was retained in the Government Laboratory reanalyzed in the presence of the representative of the Government and the agency authorised to take delivery and the  miller or dealer or his authorised agent, as the case may be. In case the miller or the dealer or his authorize agent, as the case may be prefers an appeal, the provisionally accepted stocks would be allowed to be kept in the premises of the Food Corporation. However, the miller or the dealer or his authorised agent, as the case may be, shall bear the storage and other prescribed expensed incase his appeal is reject."

 

(7) The result of the second analysis preferred to in sub-clause (6) shall be binding on both the parties and the price payable for the stock of rice shall finally be determined on the basis of that result. The Purchase Officer shall on taking delivery of rice, make payment at the rate calculated on the basis of the procurement price for the quantity and the variety of rice so delivered subject to quantity cuts as are the imposed on the basis of analysis as provided in sub-clause (6))

(8) In case of delivery of levy rice at a price other than the mill premises or the business premises of the Rice Miller or the dealer, as the case maybe he shall be entitled to payment of other charges incidental to such delivery including transportation charges, as regulated in accordance with the instructions issued by the Government from time to time.

India in this behalf substituted vide notification dated 22.9.88:

 (b) The Rice Millers and the dealers shall be paid compensation for double line machine stitching and for the price of the new B. Twill gunny bags at such rates as may be notified by the Government from time to time.””

(c) The rice required to be sold to the Government under clause 3 and 4 of this order, shall be delivered at least to the extent of 20% of levy rice 50Kilogram packing in 1994-95,40% in 1995 96, 60% in 1996-97, 80% in 1997-98 and100% in 1998-99 Kharif marketing season onwards.

 

Restriction on sale and movement of rice:(1) No Rice Miller or the dealer shall sell or agree to sell or otherwise disposed of the rice recovered by milling or other wise acquired by him (even other than the levy rice specified in clause 3 or clause 4) as the case may be, in excess of levy share of the rice recovered by milling or otherwise acquired by him.

 

(2) Every Rice Miller or dealer shall send intimation in writing to the Inspector Food & Supplies or Assistant Food and Supplies Officer In charge of the area with a copy to the Distt. Food and Supply Controller. In the form set out in schedule VII of the movement office from the premises of the rice mill or god own declared in the license at anytime before such movement are with in eight hours there after.

 

(3) The onus of proof to show that the rice is levy free shall rest upon the person who either owns, possesses pr moves through any mode of the permissible quantity of less than four quintals.

 

Release Certificate Powers to require rice mill-to-mill paddy: clause omitted vide notification dated 6.1.95 10. The Government or the Director may direct any Rice Miller to convert. Any stocks of paddy into rice held by the Government or its agencies or he Food Corporation on such terms & conditions as may be prescribed by helot. Or the Director.

 

Provided that the quantity of paddy to be given to rice mill by the Govt. or its agencies or the Food Corporation during the Kharif season beginning from1st October shall not exceed 40% of the annual milling capacity of the Sheller to be calculated on the average of 300 working days. Explanation: - for the purpose of this clause, the milling capacity of any rice mill shall be the same as mentioned in the license issued under the Rice Milling Industry (Regulation) Act, 1958, and the release made there under.

 

Restriction on customs milling by the rice mills :(1) No rice miller shall under take customs milling of paddy except under an in accordance with a permit in the form set out in schedule VIII issued by the concerned District Food and Supplies Controller. Provided that no permit is required for undertaking customs milling of small quantity of paddy brought by a cultivator from the stocks of paddy grown by him or an agricultural laborious of the stocks of paddy earned by him as wages or the paddy held in stock by the Government or its agencies.

(2) Every rice miller shall maintain separate accounts in respect of custom milling undertaken by him.

 

Levy on Food Corporation:

 

Duty to comply With order or Directions: Every Rice Miller or dealer to whom an order or direction is issued under powers conferred on any authority by or under this order shall comply with such order or directions.
 

Power to exempt:: With the prior concurrence of the Central Government the Government may, in the public interest exempt any area or person or class or category of person or institutions from any of provisions of this Order.

 

Power of entry search and seizure: (1) The Enforcement Officer may, with a view to securing compliance with this order or to satisfying himself that this order has been complied with,

(a) inspect or cause to be inspected any book or document or account as well as any stock of rice or paddy belonging to or under the control of a miller or dealer ;

(b) require any person to give any information in his possession with respect to any undertaking or business for production or manufacture of rice or for purchase, sale or storages for sale of rice or paddy ;

(c) stop and search forthwith, with such aid or assistance as may be, necessary, any person or vehicle or vessel or animal used or suspected of being used for delivery of rice or paddy from the mill or other premises of the miller or dealer where, he has reason to believe, rice or paddy is stored ;

(d) enter and search, with such aid for assistance as may be necessary, such miler other premises ;

(e) seize and remove, with such aid or assistance as may be necessary:

(ii) any package, converging or receptacle in which such stock of rice or paddy is found ; and(iii) the animal, vehicle, vessel or other conveyance used in carrying such stocks or rice or paddy if he has reason to believe that such animal, vehicle, vessel or other conveyance is liable to be forfeited under the provisions of the Essential Commodities Act, 1955 and thereafter, without unreasonable delay, make a report to the Collector under the Provisions of section 6A of the said Act.

(f) seize and remove any books of accounts or documents which in his opinion, shall be useful for, or relevant any proceeding in respect of any contravention of this order and allow the person from whose custody such books or accounts or documents are seized to make copies thereof or to take extracts there from in his presence..

(2) The provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, relating to search and seizure shall, so far as my be, apply to searches and seizers under this clause.

 

Maintenance of accounts: (1) Every Rice Miller and dealer shall maintain a register indicating the quantity of paddy milled and rice delivered under levy during the day in the form given in Schedule IX.

 

Periodical verification of stocks in the millers dealers:: (1) The enforcements Officer shall periodically verify the rice or paddy of stocks in the mill and send a report to the District Food and Supplies Controller.

(2) The Enforcement Officer shall, also periodically verify the stocks office /paddy available with the dealer, and send a report to the District Food and Supplies Controller.

 

Appeal: (1) Any Rice Miller or  dealer or other persons aggrieved by the order of the purchase officer fixing the quantum of levy under clause 3 or clause 4 as the case may be, may appeal to the Director within seven days from the date of service of such order.

(2) Director shall fix the date, time and place for hearing the appeal thus preferred to him and may from time to time adjourn the hearing and make or cause to be made such further enquiries as he may deem fit.

(3) In disposing of the appeal, the Director may confirm or amend the order appealed against to be reduce or enhance the quantity of rice to be sold under the said order.

(4) Director shall communicate in writing the order passed in appeal by him to the appellant and also to the Purchase Officer concerned. Every order of the appellant authority on such appeal shall be final.

 

Repeal and savings:

(a) affect the previous operation of the said Orders of anything duly done or suffered there under; or

(c) affect any penalty, forfeiture or punishment incurred in respect of any offence committed against the said orders; or

(d) affect any investigation, legal proceeding or remedy in respect of any such right, privilege, obligation, liability, penalty, forfeiture or punishment as aforesaid ; and any such investigation, legal proceeding or remedy instituted, continued or enforced and any other penalty, forfeiture or punishment imposed as if the said orders had not been repealed.

 

Special Provision for Basmati rice:: Special Provision for Basmati rice :-

(1) Every Rice Miller and indicating the quantity of basmati paddy milled and basmati rice sold during the day in the form given in Schedule IX.

(3)Every Rice Miller or dealer shall send intimation in writing to the Inspector, Food and Supplies or Assistant Food and Supplies Officer in charge of the area with a copy to the District Food and Supplies controller in the form set out in Schedule VII of the movement of basmati rice from the premises of the rice mill or go down declared in the license at least twenty four hours before such movements..

(4) Description of basmati paddy and basmati rice are as mention in Schedule-XI and Schedule IV respectively ".


 
 

SCHEDULE I

[See Clause 2 (L)]

Classification of paddy

Serial No. Classification Description
1. Common (I.R 8 JAYA)rice Paddy which will produce of short bold and long bold varieties of description contained in
2. Grade `A`(Begmi HM-95PR-107 (Sita)  [Parmal, Ratna ,RP- 5-3 ( Sona ) PR-106, Basmati (Terricot) Pusa-150 Pusa 33, Punjab No. 1 HKR-120 Paddy which will produce rice of medium slender variety of description contained in Schedule II


 
 

SCHEDULE II

(See Clause 2 (L))

Classification of Rice

Serial No. Classification Description
1. Common (Short bold and long bold ) (IR-8, Jaya) Length/breadth ratio below 2.5
2. Grade `A `(Medium slender, short slander & Long). (Begmi , HM-95 PR-107(Sita)(Parmal Ratna RP-5-3, (Sona),PR-106, Basmati (Terricot),Pusa -150 Pusa 33, Pb. No. 1 HKR-120. Length/breadth ratio 2.5 and  above

 
 

 

SCHEDULE III

(See Clause 2 (L))

  Procurement Price of Rice  
Serial No. Classification Price per quintal
Raw Rice (Parboiled)  
1. Common (I R 8, Jaya) 864.20 865.90
2. Grade `A ` (Begmi H M 95, PR 107 (Sita),Ratna, RP 5-3 (Sona) PR 106, Basmati (Terricot),Pusa-150, Pusa -33, Punjab No.1 HKR -120. 913.30 914.20

 

Note:(i) The above prices of rice is for net weight pf naked grains inclusive of purchase tax, mandi charges of paddy and depreciation of gunny bags used for packing paddy but exclusive of cost of gunny bags and taxes, if any, after ex-mail stage of rice.

(ii) The above prices are applicable to 1999-2000 crops of rice w .e. f. 16th September, 1999 marketing season ".
 

 

SCHEDULE IV

[See clause 2(i) and 2(0)]

Uniform specifications for Grade `A` and Common Rice

The rice shall be in sound merchantable condition, sweet, dry, clean, wholesome of good food value, uniform in colour and size of grains and free from moulds, weevils, obnoxious smell, admixture of unwholesome poisonous substances, agreement Mexican and Kesri in any form or colouring agents and all impurities except to the extent in the Schedule below. It shall also conform to Prevention of Food Adulteration Act Standards.

Schedule of specifications

Serial no. Constituents Maximum Limits (%)
    Grade `A` Common
1. Broken (Raw Par boiled) 25 25
2. Raw Par boiled, Foreign matter 16.0 16.0
3. Damaged/Slightly damaged, Raw 

Par boiled

2.0 

4.0

2.0 

4.0

4. Discolored grains Raw/Par boiled 3.0 3.0
5. Chalky grains Raw 6.0 6.0
6. Red grains Raw & Parboiled 3.0 3.0
7. Admixture of lower Classes Raw/Parboiled 10  
8. Dehusked grains Raw/Parboiled 12.0 12.0
9. Moisture Content Raw/Parboiled 14.0 14.0

Note :(1) The definition of the above constituents and method of analysis are to be followed as given in Bureau of Indian Standard, "Method of Analysis of Food grains" Nos.IS:4333(Part-I) 1967 and IS:4333(Part-II)1967 and "Terminology for Food grains `IS:2813-1970 as amended from time to time. De-husked grains are rice kernels whole or broken which have more than 1/4th of the surface area of the kernel covered with the bran and determined as follows :-

ANALYSIS PROCEDURE:-(1) Take 5 grams of rice (sound) head rice and brokens) in a Petri Dish (80 x 70 MM). Dip the grains in about 20 ML of Methylene Blue solution (0.05% by weight in distilled water) and allow to stand for about one minute. Decant the Methylene Yellow Solution. Give a swirl wash with about 20 ML of dilute hydrochloric acid (5% solution by volume in distilled water ). Give a swirl wash with water, and pour about 20 ML of Methylene Yellow Solution (0.05% by weight in distilled water) on the blue stained grains and allow to stand for about one minute. Decant the effluent and wash with fresh water twice. Keep the stained grains under fresh water and count the de-husked grains. Count the total number of grains in 5 grams of sample under analysis. Three broken are counted as one whole grain:

CALCULATION :

Percentage of De-husked grains = N x 100 / W

Where N-Number of de-husked grains in 5 grams of sample and W-Total grains in 5 grams of sample:

(2) The method of sampling is to be followed as given in Bureau of Indian Standard Method of Sampling of Cereals and Pulses No. IS-2814-1964 as amended from time to time.

(3) Broken less than 1/8 of the size of full kernels will be treated as organic foreign matter. Within the overall limit for broken, the small broken of the size of 1/8th to 1/4th shall not exceed 1%. For determination of the size of the broken average length of the principal class of rice should be taken into account.

(4) Inorganic foreign matter shall not exceed 0.5%in any lot , if it is more, the stocks should be cleaned and brought within the limit. Kernels or pieces of kernels having mud sticking on the surface of rice shall be treated as Inorganic foreign matter

(5) In case of rice prepared by pressure parboiling technique, it will be ensured that correct process of par boiling is adopted i. e. pressure applied, the time for which pressure is applied, proper gelatinization, aeration and drying before milling are adequate so that the colour and cooking time of parboiled rice are good and free from encrustations of the grains “.

Schedule V omitted vide notification dated 6.1.95

Schedule VI omitted vide notification dated 6.1.95

 

Schedule VII

(See clauses c (2) and clause 20(3)

Intimation of rice movement from the rice mill or

godowns.

Date

1.Name and address of the rice miller/dealer.

2.Food grains license No.

3.(i) The quantity of paddy mill.

(ii) The quantity of rice produce;

(iii) The quantity of rice delivered to Government;

(iv) The share of levy free rice;

(v) The quantity of levy free rice already moved out of the premises of the rice mill or godowns declared in the license;

(vi) Balance of levy free rice in the stock:

4. Quantity involved in movement

5. Destination

6. Consignor

7. Consignee (full address)

8. Manner of movement (Road/Rail)

9. Date and time of movement

 

Signature of the licensee

(Rice miller/dealer)

 To

 

The Inspector, Food and Supplies/Assistant Food and Supplies Officer.

CC. District Food and Supplies Controller .

 

Schedule VIII

(See clause II (I))

FORM OF PERMIT FOR UNDERTAKING CUSTOM

MILLING OF PADDY ON PRIVATE ACCOUNT

No…………………….

 

Shri/Smt.………………………………………………. (RICE MILL)

License No………………………………………….. is hereby permitted to undertake custom milling of paddy on private account subject to the following conditions: -

(1) He shall maintain separately a true and correct account of paddy received for custom milling, indicating the name and complete address of the person(s) from whom such paddy is received, the Food grain Dealer License No. (If the customer is a dealer) and the quantity of paddy milled and rice manufactured the-reform.

(2) He shall furnish an abstract of the account mentioned in condition (1) above to the enforcement officer every month.

(3) This permission is liable for cancellation in the event of violation of any provision of the Haryana Rice Procurement (Levy Order, 1985 and/or Haryana Food Articles (Licensing and Price Control) Order, 1985.


 
 

SCHEDULE IX

(See clause 16 (1) and clause 20(1))

REGISTER TO BE MAINTAINED BY EACH RICE MILLER/DEALERS

 

( Figures in qtls .)

1. Date

2. Opening stock of paddy (Variety wise)

3. Receipt

4. Total

5. Quantity milled

6. Balance

7. Opening stock of rice

8. Rice produced

9. Total

10. Agency / party to whom delivered / sold

11. Closing balance

12. Signature .


 
   

SCHEDULE X

(See Clause 16(2) and Clause 20(2))

Fortnightly Return to be submitted variety-wise by each Rice

Miller/Dealer to the Enforcement Officer.

(Figures in quintals)

1. Name and address of the rice miller/dealer.

2. Fortnight ending .

3. Opening stock of paddy including Basmati .

4. Receipt during the fortnight including Basmati .

5. Total paddy including Basmati in Stock .

6. Quantity milled.

7. Balance paddy including Basmati .

8. Opening stock of the rice including Basmati .

9. Rice including Basmati produced during the fortnight.

10. Total rice including Basmati in stock.

11. Rice delivered to Government.

12. Rice disposed of / sold to private parties.

13. Quantity of Basmati rice sold.

14. Balance rice including Basmati.

15. Signature.


 
   

SCHEDULE XI

(See clause 20(4))

Classification of Basmati Paddy and Basmati Rice

Serial No. Classification Description
1. Basmati Paddy Paddy, which will produce rice of long slender varieties with natural aroma of description contained in serial No.2 below.
2. Basmati Rice Length/Breadth ration 3.83 having natural aroma.

 

Copy endorsed to all the concerned officers /official in the State of Haryana vide endorsement no. RP-85/13101,

 

Dated, 17th April .1985.

 

1 Notification dated 17.11.97

2.Notification dated 29.9.98

3 Notification dated 22.9.98

4.Notification dated 15.9.89

5.Change vide Notification dated 6.1.95

6.Notification dated 6.6.94

7.Notification dated 26.7.95

8.Notification dated 9.11.95

9.Notification dated 21.4.99

10.Notification dated 17.10.96

11.Notification dated 14.8.87 & Notification dated 22.9.88

12.Notification dated 6.1.94

13.Notification dated 29.9.95

14.Notification dated 17.10.85

15.Notification dated 26.11.90

16.Notification dated 21.4.99

Explanation Committed by Notification date 15.9.89

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