Fake Rs 2000 notes worth 8 lakhs seized in Ujjain


Madhya Pradesh, 4 Jan: Despite BJP’s claim that the new currency can not be replicated, many fake currency rackets were busted across the country where fake notes were being printed.

In the latest incident, Madhya Pradesh Police has busted a major fake currency factory in Ujjain. The state police have arrested three men after busting in connection of the case.

Police has seized fake notes of Rs 2000 worth Rs 8 lakh.

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The arrested three men were identified as Uday Jain, Lucky and Suraj. They were allegedly operating a fake currency racket from where police have recovered counterfeit notes of Rs 2000.

It is learnt that the two of the accused are students. They were using a computer for printing fake currency notes.

Meanwhile, police is on hunt for two more persons in the case Mayank and Lalit who are absconding.


 Wefornews Bureau

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