Fake Note: A youth arrested from Javra in a fake note case of 6 lakhs

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  • Young man belongs to kingpin Kotra, Udaipur police taken

On November 17, fake notes price Rs 6 lakh had been discovered from a paratha heart operator positioned close to Sajjangarh Gate in Ambamata police station space in Udaipur district. Investigations revealed that the mastermind of the fake note case was Wasim’s father Ghulam Ahmed, a resident of Kotra in Rajasthan, and he was hiding with a relative in Javra, MP for a few days. The Ambamata police station got here right here late Thursday and searched the accused Wasim with the assistance of City Police. At first, there was no success, however later the police arrested Wasim from a home in the cart space and took him to Udaipur. He was interrogated there. Ram Sumer, the officer-in-charge of the staff that got here to take motion, mentioned in a assertion issued there that the accused would take a actual note of 500 rupees and scan it from each side. Then after taking out its colour print, print 4 notes in a web page. In this manner, he ready 4 notes i.e. 2 thousand rupees on 22 paise A-Four measurement paper. There are extra accused in it, who’re being searched. City station in-charge Raghuveer Joshi mentioned that the matter is said to Udaipur district and it has no relation with Javra. The accused stayed right here with a relative. He was taken to Ambamata police station.

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