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International fake currency racket busted in UP capital

Written by: Staff

Lucknow, Apr 17 (UNI) The Lucknow police today claimed to have busted a counterfeit currency racket with the arrest of a man possessing fake currency totalling Rs 1.25 lakh from the Naka area here.

Police said acting on a tip-off, they arrested Govind Agrawal, hailing from Hanumangadh district of Rajasthan, with the counterfiet currency in the denomination of thousand, five hundred and hundred rupee notes.

Agrawal, who owns a shop in the Krishnanagar locality here has also lived recently in Nepal and was arrested in the past for smuggling by Custome officials, police added.

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