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Thursday, November 21, 2019

Accused arrested with fake Indian currency of 1.5 lakh

Accused arrested with fake Indian currency of 1.5 lakh

fake currency being printed in nepal

Paliyan Khiri (U.P)
SP.Tiwari/Rahul Gupta
Chandanchowki Kotwali police and SSB joint team arrested a vicious accused Manoj resident Chandanchowki from village Sarbhusi during a check on Wednesday, a fake Indian currency worth Rs 1.5 lakh has been recovered from the said accused.
According to the information, under the leadership of CO Pradeep Kumar Yadav, Chandanchowki Kotwal Siyaram SI Abdul Basit Malik and SSB Inspector Santosh Mandal conducted a joint campaign with the team and stopped a bike rider near Sarbhusi village and took an Indian currency of five hundred rupees nots of amount 1.5 lakh. Three bundel of cash were found which during investigation all the notes were found to be fake.

The young man caught during interrogation said that his name is Manoj Kumar. He said that he has been involved in this business for a long time. In the inquiry, the young man said that more people are involved in this work. Police told by Manoj Raids were also conducted in the main place of Sarbhusi village, but nothing was found there. The main accused involved in this business escaped as soon as they got the chance, which the police are trying to find.

The caught accused has admitted that fake Indian currency is printed in Nepal through printers and Nepali currency is printed in the border village of Sarbhusi in India. The sources are also aware that some people of Palia are also exchanges of fake currency. Legal proceedings are being registered against the accused in Kotwali Chandan Chowki.