Fake notes: Police see a Lashkar hand
Two persons, Ash Mohammad and Zeeshan, were arrested from Karol Bagh and Dabri on January 12, and remanded in police custody for 10 days.
Sources said the consignment route has been traced to Jammu and Kashmir, from where it came to Delhi by train.
Several mobile numbers of the accused were kept under surveillance and investigating officers landed on the trail after intercepting a call from a Pakistani number on January 12.
“The caller, suspected to be Iqbal alias Kana, was talking to another person about his network in India. The Indian then called him from his own mobile number, and both discussed the transportation of a huge consignment using code words,” the FIR stated.
Later, the caller asked the Indian to arrange a place where the consignment could be kept, considering that it was huge. He was assured that it would be done. Police identified the Indian as Ash Mohammad, a resident of Lohari in Uttar Pradesh, and a relative of Kana.
“Kana is a criminal wanted by the CBI, Delhi Police and police from other states in connection with several cases. Hiding in Pakistan at present, he has been running fake currency and arms smuggling rackets in India through
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