Indian national arrested in Nepal for fraudulent activities
A 41-year-old Indian man was arrested in Nepal on Monday for cheating people on the pretext of exchanging banned high denomination Indian currency.
Harekrishna Shah from West Bengal was arrested in Kalanki on the outskirts of Kathmandu in connection with his fraudulent activities. He had assured people to provide them with 5 million Nepalese rupees in exchange of INR 3.65 million with higher denominations.
A special Kathmandu Metropolitan Police Circle has asked the authorities concerned to take necessary action against Shah under the fraudulent activities, according to the police.