Special Cell of Delhi Police has arrested a note supplier of international gang of fake notes supplying. Fake notes of Rs 5 lakhs have been recovered from his possession. In the inquiry, the accused told that fake notes are supplied from Nepal and Bangladesh in India. The Indo-Bangla border is transported via Bihar via West Bengal and is supplied from there across the country.
According to Special Cell DSP Sanjeev Kumar Yadav, the news of duplicate note supply in Delhi-NCR was received by the Inspector Vivekananda Pathak and Inspector Kuldeep Singh 6 months ago. Investigations revealed that this Gorakhdhanda was going from Nepal and Bangladesh. On June 6, the team was informed that gang member Santosh Kumar Singh would come to ISBT Kashmiri gate with a consignment of fake notes.
Police seized the siege and caught Santosh Kumar. From him, the fake notes received 5 lakh rupees, which were 2-2 thousand. The quality of the notes is so great that it is very difficult to identify them in real notes. Security threads and watermarks are also made in counterfeit notes.
Santosh Kumar told that he used to take the fake note from Naval from Motihari (Bihar). After this, supplied UP, Haryana and Delhi-NCR. Santosh Kumar Singh (32) resident of village Karan Kudaria, District Chapra (Bihar), belongs to poor family.
After leaving studies in class 10, he started working in the plywood factory in Nepal. Due to family problems, he returned to his village from Nepal. After this he came in contact with Naval and at the request of Naval, he started supplying fake notes. Santosh was supplying fake notes for one year.
100 counterfeit notes taken for Rs 40
The accused Santosh told the police that he used to take fake notes of Rs 100 from Naval for Rs 40 and supplied him with 50 to 60 rupees. So far, he has had five consignments of fake notes in Delhi, UP and Haryana. The fake notes of nearly Rs 20 lakh have been spent in the market.