Assam: Fake Note Racket Busted By Jorhat Police, Two Arrested
The police seized a hundred rupees denomination FICNs with a value of Rs 13, 200 along with a computer and a printer.
Jorhat: The Jorhat police has arrested two persons in connection to a fake currency racket case.
The two accused identifies as Md Shariful Hussain and Md Yashin Hussain have been arrested for printing, possessing and circulating fake notes. Md Shariful Hussain is a resident of Jorhat while Md Yashin Hussain is a resident of Golaghat.
The police recovered 100 rupees denomination FICNs (Fake Indian Currency Notes) with a total value of Rs 13,200 from their possession.
Also, a computer and a printer have also been also seized from the duo.
The news was informed by the Jorhat police on their official Twitter handle. The tweet read, "Md Shariful Hussain r/o Jorhat & Md Yashin Hussain r/o Golaghat are arrested in connection with printing, possession and circulation of Fake Notes. Recoveries 1.100 Rs denomination FICNs(value ₹13,200) 2. One Computer+one printer."
Md Shariful Hussain r/o Jorhat & Md Yashin Hussain r/o Golaghat are arrested in connection with printing, possession and circulation of Fake Notes.— Jorhat Police (@Jorhat_Police) October 6, 2021
1.100 Rs denomination FICNs(value ₹13,200)
2. One Computer+one printer@assampolice@DGPAssamPolice@CMOfficeAssam pic.twitter.com/BGQJLzazkW
Earlier in September, a fake certificate racket was busted by the Nagaon Police while investigating a case of dacoity.
About 10,000 -12,000 duplicate certificates of all kinds were recovered by the police from the fake certificate chain.