‘Weird fish’: Red fish sold for Rs 1 lakh in Mumbai July 14, 2021 July 14, 2021 admin

Mumbai: A popular fish is now available for Rs1 lakh in a popular Mumbai fish market.

A fish market in south Mumbai, called the Red Fish Market, was set up in May 2016 by the owners of a popular restaurant in the neighbourhood.

The fish market has now become a big tourist attraction, attracting thousands of visitors every week.

This year, a record number of fish were sold for a whopping Rs 1.35 lakh.

“We started selling fish at the Red Food market, but since it was a restaurant, the owners decided to sell it online,” said a local fish seller, who asked not to be identified.

“I’ve sold a lot of fish, but this year I sold three to four times more than usual.

I sell about three to five fish a day at the market,” he said.

He said the market also sold fish that were sold out of the restaurant and other places. “

Every year, the fish are sold for about Rs 5,000 and they are sold on the spot, or you can buy them in bulk at the fish market,” said the fish seller.

He said the market also sold fish that were sold out of the restaurant and other places.

In November, a customer from Mumbai caught a redfish in the Red Market.

“It is one of the most popular fish, it sells for Rs 5 lakh to Rs 7 lakh,” said an employee of the fish shop.

“There are also other fish that are available for a lot more money,” he added.

The Red Fish market is a part of the Mumbai fish trade, but the fish markets are not regulated by the government.

It is illegal to sell fish outside of licensed outlets.

But some local fish sellers are willing to work outside the rules.

“A lot of the local fish markets were shut down when the BJP government came to power.

There is also an issue of the mafia running the fish shops,” said Vinod Gupta, a fisherman.

“They were also running the market and they have to get permits from the Fisheries and Wildlife department to sell their fish,” he told NDTV.

The Maharashtra Fish Control Department has also taken action against some fish sellers who sell fish without a license, including the Red fish market owner, who is facing charges of selling fish that he caught illegally.

“He is facing a few charges, including possession of a banned fish and selling fish illegally,” said Prashant Joshi, the department’s director general.

“While we cannot arrest people for selling fish, we can arrest those who sell it illegally.

We can take action against them if caught,” said Joshi.