As many as 88 faux notes of 500 denomination had been recovered from the accused
Surat: 4 individuals from inside villages of Valsad district had been nabbed on Sunday for printing and circulating faux foreign money notes of 500 denomination.
Earlier, the particular operations group (SOG) of Valsad police had detained Zipru Bhoya, an auto-rickshaw driver. Bhoya was caught from Dharampur and 66 faux notes had been recovered from him. Questioning him led the police to 3 different accused recognized as Parse alias Parshu Pawar, Chitu Bhujad and Parth Shah, all residents of Dharampur.
As many as 88 faux foreign money notes of 500 denomination had been recovered from the three accused. The 4 informed police that they used to print the faux foreign money notes and flow into it at village markets located alongside the Gujarat-Maharashtra border. The accused used to combine genuine and pretend foreign money notes to keep away from elevating suspicion.
Throughout interrogation the accused revealed that one other gang member named Ajay used to print these notes. “He used to scan the unique notes and would make it seem like an authentic word by minor enhancing in some software program and print them,” mentioned inspector V B Barad of SOG. He added that Ajay too will likely be nabbed quickly which might result in seizure of extra faux foreign money notes.