Under the government’s strategy, not one but two routes, China is gearing up for entry into India. The government will ban china’s common through quality control.
Amid continued tension over the India-China border, the government is continuously taking steps to break China’s back on the economic front. Not only that, with these decisions of the government, India is increasingly moving towards self-sufficiency. In the same link, the Modi government is soon going to take stringent steps to reduce the large volume of imports from China.
Sources say, under the government’s strategy, not one but two routes, China is gearing up for entry into India. The government will ban china’s common through quality control.
Sources said, the BIS, which falls under the Consumer Ministry, is preparing a long list of goods imported from China. It is then ready to tighten its standards so that China does not sell bad quality goods to India.
It is reported that all the ministries have handed over the list of similar imports from China to the BIS and now the bureau is going to tighten the standards of these products and make it difficult for China. By March 2021, standards will be set for all goods imported from China.
Through this action, the Government of India wants to end India’s dependence on China for raw materials and other goods. The government’s move will greatly benefit the country’s small-medium businesses and teach China a lesson on the economic front.
At the same time, the government has a close watch on 7 major ports in the country. BIS officials, along with customs officials, are keeping an eye on the same imported from China on 7 large ports. Action is being taken continuously on non-authorized or non-standards.