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December 8, 2010

UP police seize fake currency worth Rs 2,65,000

     Bareilly: Uttar Pradesh police seized fake currency worth Rs 2,65,000 from Aliganj city here on Wednesday. The police later took into its custody three persons hailing from J P Nagar, Moradabad and Bijnor districts in connection with this case. Bareilly Superintendent of Police Anil Kumar said acting on a tip-off, the police seized the fake currency and took the three men into its custody. "We had the information that there are some four-five persons who are doing fake currency business. They are from JP Nagar, Moradabad and Bijnor, and have criminal records over there. We had the information that they will come from Rampur to Aliganj," said Kumar. "They have been detained from Aliganj, and two lakh sixty five thousand (265,000) fake currency notes have been seized from them, which includes 100, 500 and 1000-rupee notes. One printer, one car - whose papers are missing, so probably it's a stolen car - three revolvers and cartridges were also been obtained from them," he added. Further investigations are being carried out into the case to unearth the racket.
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