Fake notes amounting to Rs 40 crore recovered in Faridabad

  • | Tuesday | 12th February, 2019

Faridabad police have arrested a West Bengal resident for allegedly supplying two lakh fake Rs 2,000 currency notes after procuring them from Bangladesh. Kuldeep had been caught by the Crime Branch last month, when he came to Faridabad to sell fake notes. “Deepak and his accomplice, Manoj Mandal, would get in touch with suppliersin Bangladesh through labourers working at the India-Bangladesh border for the fake notes. AdvertisingPolice seized the notes, with face value of Rs 40 crore, from the accused, Deepak, alias Vikram. The suppliers would charge them Rs 40,000 for FICN with face value of Rs 1 lakh,” said Sube Singh, PRO of Faridabad police.

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