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West Bengal: Fake Indian currencies supply kingpin arrested from Malda

West Bengal: Fake Indian currencies supply kingpin arrested from Malda

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 30 Apr 2019, 05:08 pm

Kolkata, Apr 30 (UNI) Probing the trails of fake currencies trading in Bengal's border areas, the sleuths of National Investigating Agency (NIA) arrested the kingpin, Saddam alias Feroz Sheikh, from a hideout in Malda district, a border area of neighbouring Bangladesh.

Feroz Sheikh, accused of supplying fake Indian currencies for years, has been arrested from a den at English Bazar on Sunday, official sources here confirmed.

The NIA had been looking for Feroz for past one year. 

West Bengal: Fake Indian currencies supply kingpin arrested from Malda

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