Ten years rigorous imprisonment to four accused for possession of fake indian currency notes
INVC NEWS New Delhi, The Special Judge, CBI Cases, Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh) has sentenced accused Ibrahim, resident of Rampur(Uttar Pradesh)to undergo ten years Rigorous Imprisonment with fine of Rs.1.25 lakh; Amir Hussain, resident of Rampur (Uttar Pradesh) to undergo ten years RI with fine of Rs.1.25 Lakh; Wahid, resident of Rampur(Uttar Pradesh) to undergo ten years RI with fine of Rs.One Lakh and Tikka @ Afazul, resident of Babur Bona, District Malda (West Bengal) to undergo ten years RI with fine of Rs. One Lakh for possession of huge Fake Indian Currency Notes. A case U/s 120B r/w 489B and 489C of IPC was registered against the accused persons on the basis of reliable information and intelligence developed by CBI. CBI intercepted two persons at Moradabad Railway Station on 28.02.2014 and recovered fake notes having face value of Rs.2.37 lakh (approx) from their possession. Both the accused had arrived at Moradabad Railway Station carrying the FICN which they had allegedly received from Malda District of West Bengal. During the investigation, CBI arrested the accused persons. After completion of investigation, a charge-sheet was filed on 28.5.2014 against accused Ibrahim and Amir Hussain and a supplementary charge-sheet on 31.07.2014 against accused Tikka @ Afazul and Wahid in the court of Special Judicial Magistrate, CBI Cases, Ghaziabad(Uttar Pradesh ). The Trial Court found the accused guilty and convicted them.