Mandatory hallmarking of gold jewellery or not check what says government varpat– News18 Hindi

New Delhi. The central government recently decided that from June 16, 2021, only BIS hallmarking jewelery will be sold in the country. That is, from June 15, hallmarking was made mandatory in the country and now jewelers will be able to sell only hallmarked jewellery. Meanwhile, a news is going viral that the government is withdrawing the hallmarking of gold jewellery. However, on Tuesday, this news was denied by the government and it was said that mandatory hallmarking on gold jewelery will continue and it is being implemented through different phases.

Know what is the opinion of the government?
The government on Tuesday said that mandatory hallmarking of gold jewelery is being implemented in a phased manner from June 16 and the circular to withdraw it is “fake”. “The news circulated in certain sections of social media that Government of India’s order regarding mandatory hallmarking of gold jewelery has been withdrawn is false,” an official statement said.

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It has been implemented in 256 districts.
Let us tell you that the mandatory hallmarking system for gold jewelery and artefacts has been implemented in a phase by phase manner from June 16. The government has included 256 districts in the first phase. Under the rule of hallmarking, a jeweler or bullion gives a similar quality to its customers. Presently, 14, 18, 20, 22, 23 and 24 carat jewelery has been allowed to be sold.

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