CID Crime Intelligence Cracks Down on Counterfeit Currency Ring in Ramol

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CID Crime Intelligence Cracks Down on Counterfeit Currency Ring in Ramol

| Updated: June 14, 2024 15:07

The CID’s crime intelligence team apprehended three individuals from Ramol on Wednesday for possession of counterfeit currency notes totaling a face value of Rs. 15.3 lakh. The fake currency was reportedly destined for a known drug trafficker in Juhapura.

The operation was set in motion following a tip-off regarding three men dealing with counterfeit currency near the Ramol flyover. The CID crime officers swiftly moved in and arrested Satish Jinva, 32, Anil Rajat, 34 and Kaluram Meghwal, 39, all hailing from Zalawad in Rajasthan. The officers seized a haul of fake notes, including 2,145 Rs 500 notes, 1,243 Rs 200 notes and 2,110 Rs 100 notes, which were intended for delivery to Moinuddin Syed, also known as Bapu, from Juhapura.

Further investigation unearthed that the trio had encountered Moinuddin in Pratapgarh, Rajasthan, approximately two years prior. They had struck a deal to provide Rs 3 in counterfeit currency for every genuine rupee. The fraudulent notes were produced in Bhanpura village, Mandsaur taluka, Madhya Pradesh, using a simple photocopier. The suspects have been implicated in the fake currency trade for around four years and had previously been incarcerated twice in Rajasthan in 2022 for similar offenses.

Moinuddin Syed, who has a criminal record with 14 charges including murder, attempted murder and assault, has also been taken into custody. The three apprehended individuals have been remanded to 10 days of police custody and the confiscated fake notes have been dispatched for forensic analysis. The Ahmedabad CID (crime) unit has lodged a formal complaint against the accused under various sections of the Indian Penal Code pertaining to currency counterfeiting, collective criminal actions and conspiracy.

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