Key accused in inter-state fake currency racket arrested

New Delhi, June 10: The National Investigation Agency has arrested an absconding accused from West Bengal in connection with a fake currency case. He has been identified as Sabiruddin.

The case relates to the seizure of fake currency worth Rs 6,84,000 from four persons- Raju, Gangadhar, Sajjad Ali and Vanitha. During the investigations it was revealed that the accused persons along with their associates had conspired to procure fake currency from Bangladesh and supply the same in Malda, Bangalore and other parts of the country.

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Bengal to Bangalore: How this florist from Assam ran a fake currency racket

fakecurrencyNew Delhi, Oct 19: The National Investigation Agency has arrested one Mohammad Akbar in connection with a fake currency case.

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Jamaat- The complete revival story

burdwanWith the Enforcement Directorate now coming into the picture where the Burdwan blast is concerned, there will be more clarity into the money trail. Based on preliminary investigations the agencies have found that there was a two pronged strategy that was involved in the fund raising. There were hundi operations in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia and also crop donations from Bangladesh which helped them raise funds. A possibility of money being raised through counterfeiting is also not being ruled out by the Enforcement Directorate.

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