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THREE ACCUSED INVOLVED IN FAKE INDIAN CURRENCY NOTES BUSINESS SENTENCED TO RI RANGING FROM 3 YEARS TO 10 YEARS

April 05, 2021 10:34 PM

 

Muzaffarpur (Bihar) (Face2News)

The Court of Additional District & Sessions Judge, Muzaffarpur (Bihar) has convicted & sentenced three accused persons in a CBI case to undergo Rigorous Imprisonment (RI) of 10 years to the two accused and 3 years to the third.

Three accused persons namely Imran Teli @ Imran Khan @ Imran, Masroor Ahmad @ Master and Suraj Kumar Singh have been convicted by the Court of Additional District & Session Judge Muzaffarpur, Bihar in CBI case of seizure of illegal Fake Indian Currency Notes from the possession of the accused. Accused Imran Teli @ Imran Khan @ Imran and Masroor Ahmad @ Master have been sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment for 10 years with a fine of Rs. 50,000/- u/s 489B/120B IPC and 07 years rigorous imprisonment with a fine of Rs. 10,000/- u/s 489C/120 IPC. Accused Suraj Kumar Singh sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment for 03 years with a fine of Rs. 5,000/- u/s 489C IPC.

The case was registered in CBI on 14.02.2013 on the basis of a complaint of DRI, Patna, Bihar in which Fake Indian Currency Notes of face value of Rs. 24,50,000/- were seized by DRI from the accused persons. CBI conducted investigation and filed charge sheet against the accused Masroor Ahmad @ Master and Suraj Kumar Singh on 07.08.2013 followed by Supplementary charge sheet dated 29.11.2013 against accused Imran Teli @ Imran Khan @ Imran. 

 
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