Fake money gang broken, 8, consisting of a lady & & small held
Kothagudem: The Bhadrachalam police on Tuesday broke a phony money noise as well as jailed 8 individuals, consisting of a lady as well as a small child at Cherla in the area.
Addressing the media at Bhadrachalam, ASP B Rohith Raj notified that phony money well worth Rs 5.15 lakh was confiscated from the implicated. An overall of 551 phony money notes of Rs 500 religion, 90 notes of Rs 2000 as well as 300 notes of Rs 200 religion was confiscated.
The implicated were recognized as Chirigidi Naresh, Bose Prem Kumar, a poultry store proprietor Syed Iqbal as well as a grocery store store proprietor Gummala Sarveshwara Rao of Cherla mandal, Mallela Vinod Kumar, Kothapalli Jeevarathnam as well as Pabbati Jaya Lakshmi of Guntur area in Andhra Pradesh as well as a small were jailed on Monday.
It is found out that for the past time the noise has actually been flowing phony money notes with the objective of ripping off innocent tribal individuals as well as earning money. They targetted tribals of Cherla mandal as well as Chhattisgarh boundary firm towns that check out Cherla mandal head office to acquire products in the regional once a week market as well as for labour job, Rohith Raj notified.
Vinod Kumar as well as Jeevarathnam in addition to a culprit Pabbati Murali Krishna of Guntur utilized to publish phony notes as well as provide to Naresh as well as Prem Kumar, that flowed such money in Cherla location.
Murali Krishna was jailed by Kavali Rural Police in Nellore of AP 2 months back in an instance pertaining to phony money notes. A computer system utilized for making phony notes was confiscated in addition to an iron box, environment-friendly slim cover-like strings, 10 pencil inscribing chalk as well as a vehicle were likewise confiscated from the implicated, ASP included.
Cherla Inspector of Police Boddu Ashok as well as others existed.