Amroli’s Gu. Ha On the basis of the questioning of a grocery shopkeeper and his brother in the fake note case that weakened the country’s economy, caught by the vigilance of the owner of Pan Galla near the board, after Bengaluru, the Surat police raided Chennai and found the mastermind of the currency note case. Took hold of Apart from the raid items, fake currency worth Rs 17 lakh was seized.
Ten days ago, Shantilal Bhanwarlal Mewada (age 32, Lower Colony, Chhaprabhata and native Deogarh, District Rajsamad) came ten days ago to buy fake notes of 500 on Ashok Patel’s betel leaf near Kesariya Hanuman Mandir near Jalaram Nagar, Gujarat Housing Board, Amroli. , Rajasthan) and his cousin Vishnu Mishrilal Mewada (Resident Shivshakti Society, Bhatar) and seized 181 counterfeit notes of Rs.500 and 32 counterfeit notes of Rs.50. , Along with this, he admitted that in one and a half to two months, 70 fake notes of the rate of 500 have come into circulation in the market.
The SOG team along with the Amroli police raided Bengaluru in the fake currency note case that is ruining the country’s economy. Wherein Michael Rivan alias Rahul Pascal Fernandez (aged 39 years Near Niwas Masjid, Begur, Bangalore, Karnataka & native Near Chandroli Church, Tehsil. Mundigere, Festkuve, Distt. Chikmagalur, Karnataka) was apprehended and his house was searched Went. During the search, 978 counterfeit notes of Rs 500 and Rs 4.89 lakh were recovered from the house.
Based on Michael’s interrogation, SOG raided the house of Surya Selvaraj (aged 36), resident of Govindaswamy Street, Chennai and recovered fake 500 currency notes of Rs 17 lakh. Surya arrested with fake Rs 17 lakh Is. Apart from fake currency notes, other material including stamp paper used for printing notes has been seized.
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