Kingpin of Fake Currency Network busted in Guwahati
GUWAHATI: A National Investigation Agency team from Hyderabad arrested the main accused involved in fake currency network in Guwahati.
The apprehended has been identified as Mohammad Akbar Ali, who also carried a bounty of Rs. 25,000 on his head.
Ali has been arrested in a case related to the seizure of high quality Fake Indian Currency Notes worth Rs. 5,01,500 in September 2015 in Visakhapatnam.
The investigation revealed that Akbar Ali had come to Bengaluru from Assam in 2007 and was working in a florist shop. He was later introduced into the Fake Indian Currency Notes business by his uncle, Hakim.
The names of other members of the inter-state gang and their associates from Malda and Bengaluru also came to light and investigation against them is underway.