Delhi Police nabs another accused in fake currency notes racket

Updated On : 30 Jan , 2017 , 10:36 AM
Representational Image (source: Getty)
Representational Image (source: Getty)
New Delhi :

Busting a fake currency notes racket in the capital, Delhi Police has arrested one more person in the case. Earlier, 3 other members of the gang were held with Rs 2000 fake notes worth 18 lakhs.

The person named Sumit, who is 26-years-old is a resident of Sonipat and has been accused of supplying 70 fake notes amounting to Rs 1.40 lakh to other accused Manoj alias Soni who further passed on the notes to his cousin living in Haryana.  

Heavy amount of half printed notes have been recovered from Sumit with a number of other equipment including a scanner-cum-color printer, a steel scale, a cutter and 20 prints of one side of Rs 2000 i.e incomplete fake notes.

Arrested on Sunday night, He is senior secondary graduate and a dropout from Polytechnic. He has been working with a company at IGI airport.

Earlier, Delhi Police had arrested other accused Azad Manoj and Sunil from Delhi’s Narela area.

First Published : Monday, January 30, 2017 10:28 AM
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