UP Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) claimed to have busted a world faux forex racket after arrest of two Faux Indian Forex Notes (FICN) suppliers from Varanasi on Saturday morning, stated senior police officers right here in Lucknow.
In a press be aware shared with media, the ATS officers confirmed the two accused had been recognized as Deepak Kumar and Chandan Sainik, each residents of Pratapgarh. They stated the duo had a previous report of smuggling narcotics and medicines. That they had been arrested for the primary time for smuggling FICN from Bangladesh border into Uttar Pradesh, police stated.
They stated the full quantity of FICN to the face worth of ₹97.500 lakh, all in 500 denominations, was recovered from their possession. Police stated the recovered FICN was printed at undisclosed location in Bangladesh and smuggled throughout the border. They stated the two accused arrested had introduced it from the Bangladesh border to Varanasi through West Bengal by way of prepare and it was meant to be circulated within the open market in numerous districts of Uttar Pradesh.