New Delhi: We have been warning you to check your Rs 2000/500 notes carefully before accepting. That's because organised gangs of criminals are flooding the market with fake notes. In a fresh incident, police on Tuesday arrested two graphic designers and seized fake currency worth Rs 6.1 lakh from them.
The two accused were arrested from Delhi's Bindapur area. A total of around Rs 6.5 lakh were seized from them, of which 6.1 lakh rupees were fake.
"Accused have successfully spent fake currency of worth rupees 20,000 locally. Further investigation is underway," Surender Kumar, DCP South West said.
Accused are well qualified and aware about various software related to picture editing. They had some real currency to make fake currency through a computer software.The gang had printed new Rs 2000 and Rs 500 notes and were planning to circulate them in the market. ( News24Bureau)