New Delhi, 30 November (NNS): The new stock of red chilli reported to arrive in the markets of North India, but there, the market is being quoted at the strong level due to the increased upcountry and local demand along with the shortage of the old stock in the cold storages. Here, in Indore line, there is a lack of arrival pressure and the consumption of red chilli showed uptrend in Himachal, Jammu Kashmir and Punjab. On the other hand, the wedding season has been ongoing in North India, due to this reason, the teza stock improved by Rs 5 to Rs 270/325 per kg and the prices of 334 no. also gained by Rs 5 to Rs 265 per kg respectively. The reality is that the crop of red chilli reported to be weak in the Bareilly line because of the weak rainfall. On seeing these circumstances, it is profitable to the trade constantly at the current level.