On the occasion of Durga Puja, 2 thousand 800 kg of hilsa went to Agartala today

On the occasion of Durga Puja, 2 thousand 800 kg of hilsa went to Agartala today
On the occasion of Durga Puja, 2 thousand 800 kg of hilsa went to Agartala today
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Jumbangla Desk: On the occasion of upcoming autumn Durga Puja, 2 thousand 800 kg of hilsa fish went from Bangladesh to Agartala in Tripura state of India.

This fish was exported in two pickup vans through Akhaura land port of Brahmanbaria district today (September 20) at noon. Around 2 pm, 2 thousand 800 kg of hilsa fish was exported in 2 trucks to Agartala in Tripura state in India through Akhaura land port.

Dhaka’s Karwan Bazar company Fish Bazaar exported the hilsa fish through the local C&F agent Khalifa Enterprises.

It is known that on the occasion of Durga Puja, the government has given permission to 59 fish exporters across the country to export 50 tons of hilsa fish. As part of this, 50 tons of hilsa fish will go to Agartala in India through this land port under the supervision of the fish market. India’s Krishnapada Ray Institute will accept these fish.

Representative of C&F Agent Khalifa Enterprises. Shahnewaz Mia Shanu said, on the occasion of Durga Puja, the export of 50 tons of hilsa has been approved through this land port. Out of our shipment of 50 tonnes, 2.5 tonnes of hilsa is being sent to Agartala, India. All the hilsa in the shipment will be sent to India by September 30.

Revenue of Akhaura Customs. Mizanur Rahman Chowdhury said, on the occasion of Puja, 50 tons of hilsa will be exported through this land port this year. The government’s revenue is generated through the export of hilsa.

The article is in Bengali

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