Mumbai: Fishing in the sea is banned during the monsoon season. Chandrakant had gone fishing in the Arabian Sea on the night of August 28 for the first time as the monsoon ban on fishing in the sea was lifted. Look at the mystique of nature, during this time, not one or two but a total of 157 Ghol fish were trapped in his net. These fish were sold by Chandrakant and his son Somnath Tare for Rs 1.33 crore. That is one of his fish sold for about Rs. 85,000. These fish have been purchased by traders from UP and Bihar.
Tell you that the Ghol fish is highly-priced in the fish market, many medicines are made from this fish. Chandrakant Tare's son Somnath told the media that Chandrakant Tare had gone fishing with 8 people in a boat called Harba Devi. All the fishermen went from the beach to Wadhwan within 20 to 25 nautical miles. Fishermen found 157 Ghol fish, also known as 'Sea Gold' because the price of these fish is no less than gold.
Its scientific name is 'Protonibea Diacanthus.' This fish is also known as gold-hearted fish. The Ghol fish is used in the use of, treatment, medicines, and cosmetics. These Ghol fish are in great demand in countries like Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, and Singapore. The threads used for surgery that melt automatically are also made from the same fish.