Haryana Police seizes fake currency, two held

Haryana Police seizes fake currency in Sirsa , Two arrested , PTC News

Haryana Police seizes fake currency in Sirsa: In another crackdown, Haryana Police has seized counterfeit currency amounting to Rs 1 lakh from two persons in Sirsa district.

While stating this here today, a spokesperson of Haryana Police said that a joint team of Crime Investigation Agency and Sirsa Police on a tip off had seized 168 currency notes in denomination of 500 and 8 notes in denomination of 2000 from two people.’

Arrested accused were identified as Baljit alias Bagga, a resident of Kirti Nagar Sirsa and Babbu of district Mansa, Punjab. A case has been registered in the matter and further investigation is underway.

In another incident, Police in Sirsa has seized 31 gram of heroin and arrested five persons including two women in this connection. All the five accused identified as Kulvinder Singh alias Gaggu, Khuswinder Singh, Jitender Kumar alias Jitu, Anty and Poonam Rani were apprehended with 31 gram heroin from Dabwali area. After enquiring about the name of supplier, a case under the provisions of NDPS Act was registered.

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Police in separate cases, has also nabbed five persons on the charges of possessing 1070 restricted pharma capsules and 150 pharma pills in Sirsa.

-PTC news