NIA arrests faux Indian forex operative from West Bengal | Delhi Information

NIA arrests fake Indian currency operative from West Bengal | Delhi News - Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA) Tuesday stated it has arrested an alleged faux Indian forex word (FICN) operative, needed in a 2019 case, from Kolkata in West Bengal. The 34-year-old Sariful Islam was arrested Monday and produced earlier than a particular NIA courtroom in Kolkata and his transit remand was taken for his additional manufacturing earlier than a Lucknow courtroom, a spokesperson for the federal company stated Tuesday.
The company says Islam, a resident of Malda district in West Bengal, was needed in reference to a December, 2019 case of restoration of “prime quality” FICN having the entire face worth of Rs 2,49,500.
The restoration was effected within the Ghaziabad district by the Uttar Pradesh anti-terrorist squad (ATS) from a person referred to as Mohammad Murad Alam, the spokesperson stated.
The NIA took over the case in February, 2020 and subsequently filed a chargesheet in opposition to three accused Alam, Tausif Alam and Shahnawaj Ansari.
“All of the accused had been members of a FICN racket wherein faux forex was being sourced from throughout the Bangladesh border. Murad Alam had obtained the FICN consignment from Tausif Alam and had carried the consignment to ship to accused Ansari,” the spokesperson stated in a press release issued right here.
The probe discovered, the spokesperson claimed, that the FICN consignment was equipped to Tausif Alam by Islam who has “cross-border contacts” in Bangladesh from the place he used to acquire the FICN.

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