Fake currency worth Rs 25.20 lakh seized in Mizoram, 2 arrested
First Published: 17th May, 2023 16:26 IST
The seized FICN consisted of 1007 notes of Rs 2000 denomination and 1012 notes of Rs 500 denomination
Mizoram Police seized Fake Indian Currency Notes ( FICN) valued at Rs 25.20 lakh and arrested two persons including a woman in the connection late Tuesday night.
The seized FICN consisted of 1007 notes of Rs 2000 denomination and 1012 notes of Rs 500 denomination.
The arrested persons have been identified as Laltanpui (42) of Vairengte Kawngthar veng in Kolasib district and Lallungmuana (40) of N. Vanlaiphai Rawlkhang veng in Serchhip district at Vairengte.
The seizure was made by a team of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Special Branch (SB) of Mizoram police.
The accused persons have been produced before a local court in Kolasib district today. The court remanded them to judicial custody and sent them to Kolasib district jail.
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