Fake notes worth 8 crores seized – international gang suspected to be behind the case of counterfeit notes

Fake notes worth 8 crores have been found in Thane, adjacent to Mumbai. 2 people have been arrested in this case. An international gang is suspected to be behind the fake currency case.

According to the information given by the police, fake notes worth crores were seized in Kasarvadavali area of ​​Thane. The police suspect that these notes have come to India from other countries. It has been reported that the counterfeit notes were being smuggled in an Innova car (H 04 DB 5411) near Mira Road.

Under this, the police laid a trap in Molly Snacks Corner, Gaymukh Chowpatty, Ghodbunder Road premises. At that time the police stopped an Innova car and on searching it there were 4 khaki colored boxes under the rear seat of the car. When the bag was opened, a total of 8 crore fake notes of two thousand rupees were found. Police took Ram Rahi Sharma (52) and Rajendra Raghunath Raut (58) into custody.

These fake notes were of different numbers, both conspired to bring them into circulation. Police have registered a case against both of them. Now the police is investigating from where these notes came, from where were these notes printed in such a large number and to whom they were to be given. PLC/GT


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