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Fake currency racket: NIA files second supplementary charge sheet – New Delhi News

The charge sheet was filed earlier than the particular NIA court docket in Lucknow, beneath varied sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.

The case was initially lodged by ATS Lucknow. Acting on a tip-off, they recovered faux Indian notes of the face worth of Rs 2,49,500 from Ghaziabad.

Since this case was associated to the cross-border crime, the NIA took over the investigation. In 2020, the case was re-registered by the NIA and a staff was shaped to look into the matter.

The NIA, after finishing the probe, filed a charge sheet on this connection in June 2020. It filed supplementary charge sheet within the matter in March 2021.

Investigation revealed that the sooner charge-sheeted accused individuals had acquired top quality Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) from accused Sariful Islam.

It was additionally revealed that Islam was in touch with Bangladesh-based smugglers and conspirators concerned in illicit trafficking of FICN.

An NIA official mentioned that they’ve collected plenty of proof to show {that a} cross-border conspiracy is occurring to pump faux Indian notes throughout the nation. Various modules are working into this, and the conspiracy is bigger that it seems, the official mentioned.

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