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NIA court convicts Bangladesh national in fake Indian currency case


New Delhi, Feb 14: A special NIA court in Kolkata has convicted a man in connection with a fake Indian currency case.

Mijan S K, a Bangladeshi national was arrested by the Bengal police, following which Rs 8 lakh worth fake Indian currency was seized from him. The notes were in the Rs 500 and Rs 2,000 denomination.

NIA court convicts Bangladesh national in fake Indian currency case
    NEWS AT 3 PM, FEB 14th, 2020

    The NIA later took over the case and filed a chargesheet against two accused persons, Rahim and Mijan, both Bangladeshi nationals. During the investigation, it was found that the accused along with their associates from Bangladesh hatched a criminal conspiracy to procure and circulate fake Indian currency notes in India. The probe also found that the notes were smuggled in through the India-Bangladesh border.

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