Maharashtra: Police arrested 2 youth for printing fake currency factory in Dhule

Oct 30 2020 03:19 PM
Maharashtra: Police arrested 2 youth for printing fake currency factory in Dhule

Mumbai: Maharashtra police have busted a big conspiracy to hollow out the country's economy. Counterfeit notes were being raided in the fake note-making factory in Shirpur taluka of Dhule, Maharashtra, where police have seized a large number of counterfeit notes.

It is worth mentioning that Dhule police had received secret information that in the area under the guise of a factory, fake Indian copies of different Indian currency notes are being made in the market. When the police raided this place, bundles of fake currency were found in large numbers. While the raids were being conducted, 2 accused came under police control. However, 2 accused managed to escape.

The police have also found the remains of heavily burned notes. Dhule police raided the factory and seized mobile, laptop, printer, cash and other materials. Action on this fake note company has stirred up Dhule district. The city had been running a black game of big fraud since last. Police suspect that many more people are involved in this, who are being searched.

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