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Two including Nepal national held for making fake currency

New Delhi: The Special Cell of Delhi Police on Monday said it has arrested two persons, including a native of Nepal, for their involvement in an international syndicate of manufacturing fake indian currency notes (FICN).
Police claimed that FICN, amounting to Rs 4.50 lakh, in the denomination of Rs 2,000 notes, was recovered and was suspectedly routed through Nepal and Bangladesh.
The accused were identified as Dilip Shah (48), a native of Nepal who was arrested from Anand Vihar area, and Anand Dass (48) in Vrindavan of Uttar Pradesh.
On March 29, Shah was arrested from near Anand Vihar.
Police claimed that the accused had indulged in smuggling and circulation of FICN for last about 15 years.
Shah reportedly used to visit the Bangladesh border for procuring FICN from some Bangladeshi men.
He disclosed that for last five years, he had been receiving consignments of FICN from a person of another state.
He further revealed that he had come to Delhi to deliver the consignment of FICN to Dass.
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