Crime News: In Noida, the police on Wednesday arrested four miscreants of a gang doing fake business and recovered fake notes worth about Rs 18 lakh 60 thousand from them.
Crime News: In Noida, the police on Wednesday arrested four miscreants of a gang dealing in counterfeiting business and recovered fake notes worth about Rs 18 lakh 60 thousand from them. The four have admitted to allegedly duping dozens of people. Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone II) Ankur Aggarwal said that on the basis of an information on Wednesday, the police station Phase-2 arrested Farman, Sannawar alias Chhotu, Naushad and Wasim alias Raja and seized 500, 200 and 100 rupees from them. Packets of fake notes recovered.Also Read – UP News: Muslim woman accuses husband of Love Jihad, said- pressure was made to bring non-Muslim women home, then…
He told that during interrogation, the four told the police that they used to entrap simple people in their nets and told them that they were dealing in counterfeit notes. He told that to win the trust of the people, the accused used to give real notes to the people by telling them to be fake notes and used to ask them to run in the market. When the note went into the market, these people used to trap the customer in their trap. Also Read – Uttar Pradesh (UP) News: 5-year-old girl murdered for hidden treasure, mother-daughter arrested by police
He told that the miscreants used to make a bundle of entertainment notes, put two real notes on top and bottom of it, and rape it in polythene as if it was a bank bundle. Additional Deputy Commissioner said that during the investigation, it has come to know that when the customer was counting the packet of fake notes given by him, at the same time the gang members used to make noise, that the police came, the police came, And used to create a stampede. He told that these people run away with a pack of fake notes and the money given by the customer. Also Read – UP News: Case filed against Ambika Chaudhary under POCSO Act, CM Yogi’s minister filed a case