Another industrial unit found using subsidized neem coated urea meant for farmers

Surat: The agriculture department officers have identified two persons for diversion of government subsidized urea to industries in Bamroli here.

Mahalakshmi industrial estate in Bamroli was using subsidized neem coated urea for industrial usage. The investigation was conducted at Mahalakshmi Industrial Estate at noon on 14th December. The laborers were seen getting out the bags of technical grade urea from the truck at plot number 143. A laborer called a person named Raj Goti after the agriculture officer inquired about it. The person arrived and gave the names of the partners of the firm named Krishna Import and Export (Navjivan circle, Ambika industrial society) named Natvarlal Mohanlal Nayak (lives at silver apartment, ghoddod road) and Raj Hemant Doctor (lives in Thakor park, Althan). Both the partners were called for inquiry.

After investigation, 35 tons of urea was found from the truck, in which there were 100 bags of 50 kg weight. In addition, 30 bags of 45 kg weight and 480 bags of 50 kg weight were found from godown. It was suspected to be neem coated urea N-46. The partners informed that it had arrived from Chittorgarh in Rajasthan and Palghar boisar in Maharashtra. It was sent for checking at a chemical fertilizer checking laboratory in Bardoli. It came out to be neem coated urea in the reports.

Agriculture deputy director NG Gamit, additional agriculture director Ravindra B Patel, agriculture officer Krupaben Patel and Nitin Khaini have filed an application to file complaints against both partners after investigation. DeshGujarat

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