Supreme Court India allows endosulfan formulation export

Supreme Court of India allows endosulfan formulation export

3:06 AM, 22nd December 2011
Supreme Court of India allows endosulfan formulation export
Supreme Court of India.


NEW DELHI, INDIA: The Supreme Court of India has allowed the export of more than 2,500 kl of endosulfan formulation, which is used for the production of the pesticide, lying with different firms. An apex court bench headed by Chief Justice SH Kapadia, while allowing the export, has stated that the same would be channelised via public sector undertaking (PSU) Hindustan Insecticides Ltd. Earlier, in May 2011, the court has banned manufacturing and also sale of endosulfan in India as it is alleged to cause ailments in human beings.

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