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Yunus Ansari remanded to judicial custody in Nepal over fake Indian currency smuggling


30 July 2019  

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KATHMANDU: Six people, including three Pakistani nationals arrested in possession of fake Indian banknotes with a face value of IRs 76.7 million have been remanded to judicial custody.

Kathmandu District Court on Tuesday remanded Yunus Ansari, a kingpin of fake Indian currency smuggling racket; Sahel Khan (Yunus’ relative), Sujan Ranabhat (Yunus’ driver) and Pakistani nationals Muhammad Akhtar, Nadia Anwar and Nasir Uddin to judicial custody.

Following the court’s order, they have been sent to Central Jail, according to police.

They were arrested with a huge cache of counterfeit Indian currency notes from Tribhuvan International Airport on May 24.

Ansari, who was released from jail some months back, had served a jail sentence for his involvement in illegal banknote transactions.

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Publish Date : 30 July 2019 19:00 PM

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