"Business Standard" declare : 4 given jail terms for smuggling of fake currency

Four persons have been awarded jail sentences of seven to 10 years by a special here for indulging in smuggling of fake currency. The said Mohammed Tikka alias Afazul was supplying fake currency notes from Malda in which were smuggled from to Mohammed Hanif in Moradabad and Mohammed Kasim in Rampur in Uttar Pradesh. "It was further revealed that Hanif was the mastermind, who was operating activities relating to possession and circulation of fake Indian currency notes, through other accused persons in western Uttar Pradesh," he said. (This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.) Shalu, a courier was also part of the gang.Special Judge of cases sentenced Hanif and Kasim to 10 years rigorous imprisonment besides a fine of Rs 1.25 lakh each, Spokesperson R K Gaur said today.Afazul was sentenced to 10 years rigorous imprisonment with fine of Rs 50,000 and Shalu sent given a seven-year rigorous imprisonment with fine of Rs 1.25 lakh.Gaur said after registering a case in April, 2014, searches were conducted which led to the seizure of fake notes having face value of Rs 3 lakh from Shalu and Kasim.

as informed in The court also sentenced his associates Md Hanif and Md Kasim to 10 years each. KOLKATA: Md Tikka alias Afazul, a resident of Malda in West Bengal , was sentenced to 10 years by the special judge, CBI cases in Ghaziabad Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday for smuggling large quantities of fake Indian currency notes (FICN) from Bangladesh . Tikka had smuggled the FICN from Bangladesh with plans to supply them to Hanif, a resident of Rani Nagar village, Bhojpur, in the Moradabad district of Uttar Pradesh. During investigation, Hanif was arrested and FICN of face value Rs 1,03,000 was seized from his possession. Shalu and Kasim, residents of Rampur in UP, were to carry the FICN.

MALDA fake currency racket: Four, including Malda resident, sentenced for FICN smuggling
as informed in

Four get jail for possession of fake currency notes

Searches were conducted, which led to seizure of Fake Indian Currency Notes having face value of Rs 3 lakh. "A case was registered under sections 120B (criminal conspiracy), 489B (using forged or counterfeit currency as genuine) and 489C (possession of forged currency notes) of IPC on April 6 2014. A CBI special court in Ghaziabad on Wednesday sentenced four accused charged with possessing a large amount of Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) to seven to 10 years in prison. A special judge at Ghaziabad CBI special court sentenced Mohammed Hanif and Mohammed Kasim to 10 years' rigorous imprisonment and also imposed a fine of Rs 1.25 lakh on each. Another accused, Shalu, has been sentenced to seven years in prison while Mohammed Tikka alias Afazul has to serve 10 years.

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