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Uttarakhand : Fake notes were being printed by installing a printer in the house, fake notes of 29 thousand 800 rupees were found from the house of the accused

In Brahmpuri of Sidkul area, a miscreant was caught red-handed while passing fake notes of 100 and 200 rupees to a shopkeeper. After questioning, the police raided his house at Dhirwali Jwalapur and a total of Rs 29 thousand 800 fake notes were recovered. The printer and dye used to make the notes have also been seized by the police.

The shopkeeper caught the vicious person red-handed

According to the police, a person had reached a shop in Brahmpuri of Sidkul area to collect goods. On giving money, the shopkeeper got suspicious on 100 and 200 notes and caught the suspect.

Interrogation of the accused in custody

On the information of the nearby shopkeepers, the police also reached the spot and interrogated the youth by taking them into custody. Inspector Sidkul Pramod Uniyal told that the accused told his name as Naresh Kumar Saini, a resident of village Khalilpur police station, Seohara, district Bijnor.

29 thousand 800 fake notes found from home

He lives here in Dheerwali area of ​​Jwalapur. Taking him along and searching the rented house, fake notes of Rs 100 and Rs 200 were recovered. This total amount is 29 thousand 800 rupees. Note making diary and printer have also been found from the room. He is being questioned further. So that his associates or gang can be found out.

Theft accused arrested in 24 hours

Laldhang: Shyampur police has succeeded in arresting the theft accused within 24 hours. After registering a case against the accused under relevant sections and presenting them in the court, he has been sent to jail. Jagdish Joshi, a resident of Ghaziwali, had told the police in his complaint on Tuesday morning that on Monday night the thief entered inside his shop by breaking the lock and fled with cash, Maggi, juice and chocolates worth about Rs 5,000 kept in the neck.

When Chandighat Outpost Incharge Charan Singh Chauhan, Constable Anil Rawat, Rajveer searched the CCTV footage installed around the shop, they suspected a young man. On Wednesday morning, the police got information from the informer that the accused youth was walking near his house. On which the police caught hold of him and brought him to the police station. During interrogation, he told his name as Anand Rawat resident Ghajiwali. SHO Shyampur Vinod Thapliyal said that the accused had already been jailed in the NDPS case.