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Delhi: Fake currency gang operating from Dubai busted, 2 arrested

DCP (Special Cell) Sanjeev Yadav said, “During probe, we found that this syndicate is being run by one Sariq, who is based in Dubai and has links with Pakistan. His gang is involved in more than 50 cases of auto theft, robbery, dacoity."

By: Express News Service | New Delhi |
Updated: August 23, 2021 7:06:55 am
On the direction of Sariq, fake notes were circulated in Delhi and NCR and other states by the accused persons.

The Special Cell of Delhi Police has busted a Dubai-based international syndicate supplying fake currency notes and recovered notes with face value of around Rs 4 lakh from two accused, Mohammed Zakir and Kamre Alam. While Zakir is from Northeast Delhi, Alam is from UP’s Sambhal.

DCP (Special Cell) Sanjeev Yadav said, “During probe, we found that this syndicate is being run by one Sariq, who is based in Dubai and has links with Pakistan. His gang is involved in more than 50 cases of auto theft, robbery, dacoity. On the direction of Sariq, fake notes were circulated in Delhi and NCR and other states by the accused persons.”

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