New Delhi, Jan 23: The Nationwide Investigation Company has filed a chargesheet in reference to the Siluguri pretend foreign money case.
The case pertains to the seizure of faux foreign money in denomination of ₹2000 (200 items) and ₹500 (02 items) having face worth of ₹4,01,000 from the possession of accused Golam Martuja on January 8 final 12 months by the DRI, Regional Unit Siliguri, West Bengal.
The NIA took over the case in March final 12 months and arrested three individuals Sadek Mia, Md. Baitullah and Md. Mukhtar Alam.
Investigation has revealed that the accused individuals have been a part of a terrorist gang comprising of smugglers, couriers and distributors of FICN criminally conspired to smuggle and flow into Excessive High quality Counterfeit Indian Paper Forex Notes main to break to the financial stability of India.
The arrested accused individuals used to obtain FICNs from Bangladesh primarily based smugglers via a number of couriers and used to flow into them in several elements of India and close to Indo-Nepal border as established by cash deposits in lieu of FICNs from these disparate areas into one account of Malda. The proceeds have been subsequently channelized to Bangladesh primarily based smugglers via totally different couriers/Hawala.