B.Com and BE graduates were making fake coins Delhi Police busted it

Delhi Police has busted a factory making fake coins in Mandoli area.

Bhoomi Goyal
Published on: 27 March 2024 5:27 AM GMT
B.Com and BE graduates were making fake coins Delhi Police busted it

Recently, a web series named Farzi was released on the OTT platform. In this, the character copies Indian currency notes, however, he is caught during investigation. A similar case has come to light in Delhi. Delhi Police has busted a factory making fake coins in Mandoli area. In this case, the police have also arrested two accused named Akash Rathore and Sarvesh Yadav. At present the investigation on this matter is going on.

According to the police, the police has busted a factory in Mandoli area of Delhi. The police also arrested two accused who were making fake coins. According to the police, fake coins of ₹20 were made in this factory. Both of them are accused of supplying fake coins through their contacts around Delhi.

According to the police, in the last 3 years these people have supplied fake coins worth about Rs 20 lakh. This action has been taken by the Special Cell of Delhi Police on the basis of an information. Police recovered fake coins worth Rs 1 lakh 60 thousand from the factory. Along with this, the police also found a coin making machine.

According to the police, accused Akash Rathore has done B.Com from Delhi University and he started making fake coins in 2023. He bought about 500 kg of iron from the market for making coins. Meanwhile, accused Sarvesh Yadav also came in contact with Akash Rathore and started taking fake coins from Akash Rathore and supplying them in the market. Akash Rathore has done BE from Indore and was in this business for the last many years.

According to Manoj C, DCP of Special Cell, these coins look like real coins, but their weight is a little less. There is a little less shine in these and the national symbol made on them is also a little blurry but otherwise these coins look exactly like real coins. It is difficult to identify them in the market i.e. it is very difficult to differentiate between fake and genuine.

The police is interrogating both the accused and trying to find out the remaining members of this syndicate.

Bhoomi Goyal

Bhoomi Goyal

English Content Writer in Newstrack from Jaipur, Rajasthan. (Education, Business, Technology, Political, Sports, Lifestyle, Crime and Webstories)

My self Bhoomi Goyal from Jaipur, Rajasthan. I have passed my Master's in Journalism and Mass Communication this year. I worked in Rajasthan Patrika for six months as an intern. I am working here from June 1st. I passed my graduation in BCA from Rajasthan University and master's in journalism and mass communication from Vivekananda Global University, Jaipur.

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