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Hilsa has risen in the market on the occasion of Boishakh but the buyers are not interested in it. As a result, traders are disappointed that there is no sale

 

Hilsa has risen in the market on the occasion of Boishakh but the buyers are not interested in it. As a result, traders are disappointed that there is no sale

In the situation caused by the epidemic, like last year, the mood of the first Boishakh has faded away. On the contrary, a severe lockdown is starting across the country from the first day of Boishakh. As a result, all the events of Boishakh are closed. Whose touch is also in the market. At this time of the year, on the occasion of Boishakh, where there is a rush to buy hilsa fish in the market, the opposite picture is seen. Hilsa has risen in the market on the occasion of Boishakh but the buyers are not interested in it. As a result, traders are disappointed that there is no sale.


Several fish markets in the capital were visited on Monday, and hilsa has started to rise in the market. However, this time the large size of hilsa is less. Hilsa weighing one kg and more is available. But the buyers are not looking back at Hilsa considering the situation and price.


Jatrabari market fish seller said. Hasan said, "I had already thought that hilsa would be sold less due to the lockdown." But I never imagined that it would sell so low. Due to the lockdown, there are less buyers in the fish market. It goes without saying that there is no sale of hilsa. No one is asking the price of hilsa except a handful.


Jatrabari fish wholesale market honesty fish v-er trader said. Ali Azgar said that even though the festival was not organized, the traders thought that hilsa would be sold even if it was small. But the situation is quite the opposite. In the capital for the last few days


Imports of hilsa have increased, but sales in the market are much lower.


It is learned that the price of medium size (one kg weight) hilsa has gone up from Tk 1,000 to Tk 1,200 in Jatrabari market yesterday. The price of hilsa weighing less than one kg (weighing 900 grams) has been demanded from 900 to one thousand rupees. Small size (weighing 600 to 800 grams) hilsa has been sold for 600 to 750 rupees.


The same picture has been seen in Karwan Bazar. The wholesale trader said. Hashem Mia said, compared to other years, this time the import of hilsa is a little less, the price is also a little higher. Hilsa weighing from one kg to 1200 grams is being sold at a wholesale price of Tk 1,050 to 1,000. Hilsa of 800 to 900 grams is being sold for 80 to 920 rupees.


However, this time the price of hilsa is much lower, mentioning the fish trader in the Matuail Saddam market. Rafiqul Islam said, "Last year, I sold cold storage hilsa for up to Tk 1,500." This time the price of fresh hilsa is 1200 to 1500 rupees. Even after this there is no sale.


A buyer in the fish market, a private employee. Anis Rahman said, I have reduced the cost due to Corona. Now there is no hobby of eating hilsa fish for one and a half thousand rupees. The price of the necessary items in the market does not match the purchase. Another buyer said. Hanif Sarkar said, everyone is worried about earning income in Corona. Buying hilsa on the first Baishakh there means luxury.

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