The minister said that India "never-ever" was a traditional player in the international wheat market.
Yadav also accused the Narendra Modi-led government of going back on its promise for a committee on the minimum support price issue and to withdraw cases against farmers.
The wheat procurement target has been revised downward to 195 lakh tonnes for the current year from the earlier 444 lakh tonnes due to a fall in wheat output and increased exports.
On Saturday, the government announced waiving of customs duty on the import of some raw materials, including coking coal and ferronickel, used by the steel industry.
India is the world's second-biggest wheat producer, but the government -- itself the country's biggest buyer of the crop -- said it chose to protect food security for its mammoth population.
After decades of energy cooperation that was seen beneficial for both Helsinki and Moscow, Finland’s energy ties with Russia are now all but gone.
The Ministry of Steel had supported the lifting of the ban on excavated iron ore in Karnataka.
The archipelago nation issued the ban last month to secure supplies of the commodity, used in a range of goods from chocolate spreads to cosmetics, in the face of a domestic shortage.
Sugar production rose by 14 per cent to 348.83 lakh tonnes till May 15 of the current marketing year that started in October 2021.
SEA pointed out that the exports of oilmeals fell to 23.8 lakh tonnes last fiscal year from 36.8 lakh tonnes in previous year.
Centre clarifies that shipment of consignments registered with customs authorities before the ban will be allowed
On May 13, the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) issued a notification banning exports of wheat with immediate effect to control price rise.
India, the world's second-biggest wheat producer, has banned wheat exports in a bid to check high domestic prices amid concerns of wheat output being hit by scorching heat waves.
Losses force sector with over 10 lakh employees in Tiruppur, Erode, Karur districts to stop work
Last week, the Indian government amended the export policy of wheat by putting its export under the "prohibited" category.