City vendor held with fake notes
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The city police arrested a local vendor Sunday and seized 12 fake Indian currency notes with a face value of Rs 12,000. The man, identified as Angad Kashiram Yadav (42), sells pani puri in Ranip area of the city.
Yadav, originally from Murena in Bastar Zilla of Madhya Pradesh, is a resident of of Rabari Colony in Memnagar. While police suspect that he brought the fake currency notes from Madha Pradesh for circulating in the city, Yadav claimed that he found a wallet on a road which contained those notes and he had no idea about it.
Police have lodged an FIR in this connection and started investigation.
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