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Fake currency of Rs 25,000 deposited in MNC bank

Written by: Staff

Mumbai, June 17 (UNI) A multi-national bank has lodged a complaint with the city police alleging that during the last two months total 55 fake currency notes of Rs 25,000 were deposited with it by the representatives of some big corporates.

Police today said Citi Bank field manager Nirab Dilip Tamane lodged the complaint with the M R A marg police station yesterday, in which he alleged that the companies whose representatives deposited the fake currency notes included Hutch, Bharati, DHL Express, M/s Everest Kotak India and B R Enterprises.

According to the complaint, between April and May this year four notes of Rs 1,000, 41 notes of Rs 500, six notes of Rs 100 and four notes of Rs 50 amounting Rs 25,300 well deposited with the bank were found fake.

No arrest has been made in this connection, police said and added that a case has been registered and further investigations are on.

In another case, police yesterday arrested three persons -- Ganga Shukta Kuchipurbe (24), Parshu Vyakppa Kuchipurbe (26) and Yallappa Sukpa Kuchipurbe (27) -- with eight currency notes of Rs 100 denomination from Dharavi in Central Mumbai.


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