NIA filed charge sheet against accused in fake Indian Currency Case

Officials of NIA stated that: Charge sheet has been filed before NIA special court in Bengaluru. This case pertains to the captured FICN having a value of Rs 6.34 Lakh, in denomination of Rs 2000 by Madanayakanahalli police station from four persons on august 8, 2018. NIA took-over the investigation last year.

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Published on 6 Sep 2019 5:39 AM GMT

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Bengaluru(Karnataka): A 46 year old resident of West Bengal's Malda, Sabiruddin has been named in Fake Indian Currency Note(FICN)case here in Bangaluru. The National Investigative Agency(NIA) on Thursday said that a supplementary charge sheet has been filed against Sabiruddin.

Officials of NIA stated that: Charge sheet has been filed before NIA special court in Bengaluru. This case pertains to the captured FICN having a value of Rs 6.34 Lakh, in denomination of Rs 2000 by Madanayakanahalli police station from four persons on august 8, 2018. NIA took-over the investigation last year.

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Charge sheet has been filed against the four accused- Mohammad Sajjad Ali,MG Raju, Gangadhar Ramappa Kolkar, vanitha J on November 3,2018 and one supplementary charge sheet has been filed against Abdul Khadir as per their role in comission of offence under relevant provisions of IPC.

During the NIA investigation, it was found that Sabiruddin had a conspiracy to circulate huge amount of FICN notes in the local ares of Bengaluru and Karnataka. Sabiruddin was the main conspirator and with the help of Raju at Bengalore was trying to supply FICN notes through Sajjad Ali- a courier.

The names of his asscociation came in light from the local parts of Bengaluru, Malda and Karnataka,further Investigation

under the section 173(8) Code of criminal Procedure against them is underway.

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