Gold Hallmarking: Nitin Gadkari writes to Piyush Goyal on jewellers demand

New Delhi: Nitin Gadkari, Road Transport and MSME Minister has written to Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal on a representation by the gems and jewellery sector seeking postponement of mandatory hallmarking up to June 2022.

Gadkari said in the letter to Goyal that he has received a representation from the All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council.

In the post-Covid pandemic scene, the gems and jewellery sector is the worst hit, Gadkari said. "They have sought relief in terms of postponement of order of implementation of mandatory hallmarking upto June 2022", Gadkari added in the letter.

The Road transport Minister said the Jems-Jewellery sector hasraised an issue of lack of infrastructure for implementing mandatory hallmarking which may result in distress amongst the stakeholders.

The Council has also represented that their suggestions along with concerned authorities like BIS in the policy building process may be considered.

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