This special and new rule on gold jewellery comes into effect from December 1

Investing in gold in India is considered to be the rightand safest. Gold is the highest shopping in every festival and wedding. So far, there have been several cases where jewellers catch adulterated gold and take full of the money. However, a word that has been used extensively for the purity of jewellery over the years is hallmark. Now, the Government has decided to make it mandatory so that the common people benefit from it. From 1st December, tomorrow, a rule related to your gold ornaments is going to come into force, which, if not accepted by the jeweller, may be jailed.

In fact, jewellers were given relief till November 30, and now the deadline will be over on December 1. It is now mandatory to strictly follow hallmarking rules from December 1 onwards, and has said that strictest action will be taken against the jeweller if he does not do so. Let me tell you, hallmarking has been made mandatory in 256 districts across the country and under this jewellers whose turnover is more than 40 lakhs or are registered, every jewellery in their shop must have hallmarks.

At the same time, hallmarking is also mandatory on all jewellery sold. Let me tell you that some guidelines have also been created for jewellers, most importantly, a display board outside their shop, which says that hallmark jewellery is available at this shop, besides making a chart to provide customers with 10x glass and hallmarking charges in writing about hallmarking charges It is. In addition, each shop must have a display of BIS number and address.

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