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Four get 7-year jail term for possessing fake currency notes

A Delhi court has sentenced four persons, including a woman, to seven years in jail for possessing and trafficking Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN). “The offences for which they stand convicted are for trafficking of FICN and possession thereof. The quantity of the FICN recovered is large,” Additional Sessions Judge Reetesh Singh said while handing down the jail term. It convicted Maqsood (40), Kamil (44), Anwar Ali (64), and Razia (44), for offences under Sections 489B (using as genuine forged or counterfeit currency note), 489C (possessing any forged or counterfeit currency note) and 120B (criminal conspiracy) of the IPC.
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