Ten years rigorous imprisonment with fine of rs. 11 lakh to accused for possession and circulation of fake indian currency notes
INVC,, Delhi,, The Addl. Session Judge, Delhi has convicted accused Imran Abdulla Syed and sentenced him to undergo ten years Rigorous Imprisonment with a fine of Rs.Eleven lakhs in a case for possession & circulation of Fake Indian Currency Notes. This case was registered in CBI on 30.08.2010 consequent to the seizure of Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICNs) of the face value of Rs.11.21 lakhs from accused Imran Abdulla Syed who arrived at IGI Airport, New Delhi from Karachi (Pakistan). The seized FICNs were allegedly claimed to be received from a Pakistani National. After completion of the investigation, CBI filed a chargesheet on 21.12.2010 under section 120-B r/w Sec. 489-B & 489-C of IPC against accused Imran Abdulla Syed and other accused, a Pakistani National, in the Designated Court at Delhi. The Trial Court found the accused Abdulla Syed guilty and convicted him. The other accused is absconding.