Udham Singh Nagar police arrests two, recover Rs 22 lakh fake notes Dehradun News – Times of India

Rudrapur: One of the biggest such seizures ever Udham Singh Nagar in UttarakhandIn this the district police got 22 lakh rupees. counterfeit note and counterfeit equipment.
The Special Operations Group (SOG) sleuths arrested two persons during the operation and recovered high quality ink, a printer, e-stamp paper and a paper-cutter machine.
On the information of the informer, the SOG team raided Kashipur area on Thursday night.
The suspects were arrested while riding a motorcycle near Purana Dhela bridge in Kashipur.
They have been identified as Rajendra Singh alias Raju (39) and Buta Singh (30), both residents of Bijnor in Uttar Pradesh.
The two were caught with 4,417 fake notes of Rs 500 denomination, with a total value of over Rs 22 lakh, as well as 18 one-sided fake Rs 500 notes.
They took the police to a public service center in the Bhogpur village area of ​​Bijnor, where counterfeit equipment including a Lenovo monitor, an HP printer, a mini CPU, a data cable and a paper cutter were found.
The team also recovered 100 sheets of paper rims, two fake notes printed on one side and 12 notes without serial number printed on one side.
He confessed to printing fake currency using the equipment and selling fake currency in several districts including Bijnor and Rampur.
US Nagar SSP Manjunath TC has announced a reward of Rs 2500 to the police team that nabs the accused.
The men were booked under IPC sections 34 (common intention), 489A (counterfeiting counterfeit notes), 489B (sale of counterfeit notes) and 489D (making instruments or materials for making or counterfeiting currency notes or bank notes) it was done.