5.50 Lakh stamps and two sellers selling tickets arrested in Kanpur

Two stamp sellers selling faux stamp and faux notary tickets in Kanpur have been arrested by Barra police close to Sachan intersection. Stamps and notary tickets price about Rs 5.50 lakh have been recovered from the accused.

The police had obtained a criticism of pretend will and settlement in the town. Based on the investigation, two individuals selling faux and cast stamp and faux notary tickets on Wednesday evening have been caught by Colonelganj resident Mo Shijan and Ranjit Kumar Rawat, Stanley Road resident in Cantt space of ​​Prayagraj close to Sachan intersection.
Counterfeit stamps and counterfeit notary tickets price about Rs 5.50 lakh have been recovered from his possession.

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DIG Dr Preetinder Singh mentioned that these individuals used to purchase outdated used purified stamps from Bhagalpur, Patna and Kolkata and used to scrub them by bleaching and wiping them as written. Old stamps have been fairly costly to promote. Fake tickets are printed. After this, stamp and faux stamps are offered illegally in Kanpur Nagar, Prayagraj. Through this, faux registries, confessions, energy of legal professional, will, affidavits and many others. are made. Both even have a notary vendor’s license.

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