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Fish lovers upset over the ban


Fish lovers upset over the ban
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Mumbai- As state government announced the ban on Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes, it has put comman man into dilemma. Following the ban, on 9th November 2016, many people who had gone to buy fish had to return empty handed as they were carrying Rs. 500 notes. Meanwhile, fishermen had to face losses as they had bought fish worth Rs. 2000-3000.

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