Five arrested in Gujarat for printing fake currency
The accused were printing fake currency for the last two months and using them to make purchases, a police official said. They had also used fake notes across the state border in Rajasthan, he said
Five persons were held in Himmatnagar in Sabarkantha district of Gujarat for allegedly printing and using fake currency notes, police said Saturday.
Acting on a tip-off, police arrested Vijay Vaghela, Vijay Rami, Akshay Rawal, Ashok Parmar and Pravin Patel under IPC section 489 (counterfeiting currency notes) Friday evening. A colour printer machine, papers and seventeen fake currency notes of Rs 500 denomination were allegedly seized from their possession, a police official said.
The accused were printing fake currency for the last two months and using them to make purchases, a police official said. They had also used fake notes across the state border in Rajasthan, he said.
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