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Fake Indian Currency: NIA files chargesheet


New Delhi, May 17: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed a chargesheet in connection with a fake currency case at Ahmedabad.

The case relates to the seizure of fake currency to the tune of Rs 1,52,000. The notes seized were in the denomination of Rs 2,000 and Rs 500. The notes were seized from one Sanjay Kumar Mohanbhai Devadiya on October 19 2018.

Fake Indian Currency: NIA files chargesheet

During interrogation, Sanjay Kumar disclosed that he had purchased the aforesaid FICN from accused Tahir Saikh at New Farakka, West Bengal on the directions of accused Sureshbhai Mavajibhai.

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He also disclosed that the notes were smuggled into India from Bangladesh and he was carrying it to Gujarat with an intention of circulating the same.

During investigation, it was established that Tahir Saikh along with Sanjay Kumar hatched a criminal conspiracy for procurement, supply and circulation of fake currency in India.

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