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Operative dealing in Fake Currency Notes arrested from Bangalore by NIA

Bangalore  – In yet another incident, the investigation agencies founded the fake currency pumped in from Malada district to Southern India.

According the National Investigation Agency officials, “Based on specific inputs developed during investigation, the NIA team arrested one Amirul Hoque, aged about 22 years, from Bangalore on 13th Feb, for his involvement in smuggling and circulation of fake Indian Currency Notes.

Earlier, on 21st September last year, based on a specific intelligence, the DRI, Visakhapatnam Regional Unit had seized Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) of face value of Rs.5,01,500 at Visakhapatnam Railway Station, from one Saddam Hussain, who was travelling in Guwahati- Bengaluru Superfast Express.”

The Official said that, “The NIA, Hyderabad had registered a case under sections 489-B and 489-C of IPC and section 16 of the Unlawful Activities Prevention UA (P) Act on 23.12.2015, for the said incident and took up investigation as per the orders of the Ministry of Home Affairs.

During his examination by NIA, Saddam revealed the name of his associate Amirul Hoque, both hailing from same Barpeta district of Assam, who was responsible for inducting Saddam into this business. Amirul was tracked and located by NIA team and arrested after preliminary examination wherein he admitted his role. As per preliminary investigation, the FICN was collected from agents in Malda district of West Bengal.

Amirul Hoque is being produced before local court in Bangalore today for obtaining transit remand and thereafter shall be taken to Vishakhapatnam for production before the NIA Special Court,” the official added.

Reported by : Bhartiya Vrutta Sanstha