In collaboration with ATS, Uttar Pradesh Police has exposed Mohammed Mansoor and his gang from Mau, who was destroying the Indian economy. The police has arrested three people and sent them to jail. Police recovered a stamp paper worth Rs 1.39 lakh 300 rupees and a stamp paper of Rs 10 and twenty rupees with color printers, three mobile phones, one laptop, bike and half cut in the raid.
SP Lalit Kumar Singh while disclosing in Kotwali said that ATS Varanasi had a clue about the gang that used to print fake currency. During this time, the ATS clues, in the Azamgarh district, Talib Ansari and Mo. Ushman was arrested. It has been revealed in the capital that both the accused are residents of Munshipura Mau in Kotwali area. In the interrogation, the two accused, ATS told Varanasi that the work of printing fake notes was made by Malik Tahirpura Mullah resident of Kotwali area. Mensura does.
ATS Varanasi team has contacted SP Lalit Kumar. After this, around 2:30 pm on Friday night, ATS and local police jointly resident of Malik Tahpura Mohalla. Raids at Mansoor’s house During this, the fake notes printed by the police from the accused’s house were recovered in the form of a million rupees thirty thousand three hundred rupees. Also, the printer and other items used to print the note were recovered. The accused used to print stamp paper worth ten and twenty rupees for printing fake currency.
Police stamped the stamp paper recovered from the spot due to which the ATS and the police team were working to print the accused note at the time of the raids. In the fake notes recovered, 32 notes of 15 thousand rupees of two thousand rupees, 185 notes of eight hundred rupees, eight hundred rupees and closed rupees five hundred rupees were recovered. The network of the arrested accused is being investigated. There is a whole possibility that more people will also be with them. Police arrested the accused in the form of counterfeit Indian currency making, discontinued old currency etc. Invoice invoices.
SP said that the case was registered in connection with the printing of fake notes. Mansur used to work in the field by bringing fake notes from Nepal with his two colleagues in the East. But when the old currency was closed, their business closed. On this, Mansur himself started the printing of fake notes. It was revealed in the face of the fact that in lieu of 40 thousand rupees for the real note, the accused give the customer a lakh rupees. Some names have been revealed on the basis of these accused, the police are now finding out about these people.
In the interrogation of the police, he told that when the ban was imposed, the influx of fake Indian currency in Nepal was reduced. During this time the unemployment got over and its earnings also stopped. Once Mansur brought two thousand fake notes from Nepal’s Veerganj. But the paper did not get spoiled. On this he thought that why not himself the fake notes would be printed. For this, he chose stamp paper. He bought the laptop, color printer and started this business
He was already associated with the business of counterfeit notes, so he did not have trouble connecting the youth who used to buy fake notes with him. In this work, he also took along Talib and Usman. The Superintendent of Police told that some names have been brought to the notice of these accused, the police are now informing about these people. More members of this gang will be caught shortly.