Mughal gold coins found on the banks of the river, crowd gathered

Lucknow: A shepherd has found gold coins of the Mughal period on the banks of the Ken river in Hamirpur district of Uttar Pradesh, after which there has been a stir in the entire area. A shepherd was grazing his cattle near the Ken river in Parehta village under the district. During this time, he saw gold coins in the soil, so the shepherd picked up those coins, on which something was written in Arabic and Persian language.  

When the information about the shepherd's discovery of gold coins reached the police, the police of Sisolar police station recovered eleven gold coins and sent them to the District Magistrate for investigation. A total of 11 coins have been recovered, which have been sent to the Archaeological Survey of India through the District Magistrate, Sisolar police station in-charge Dinesh Kumar Saini said. The official has said that only after the investigation, it will be clear how old these coins are.  

At the same time, there has been a stir among the people after finding gold coins on the banks of the river. A large number of people are reaching the place where coins are found. However, the police have completely sealed the place and no one is being allowed to go there. At the same time, officials are saying that the exact value of these coins will be known only after the investigation.

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