Rs 3.25 crore in old notes seized from Karol Bagh hotel in New Delhi


Following a tip off, a joint action of the Income Tax and the Delhi Crime Branch was conducted in a hotel in Karol Bagh in the national capital, upon which the massive amount of Rs 3.25 crore was recovered in old notes.

Upon interrogation it was found that the money belongs to some Bombay based hawala operators, who have hired packaging specialists who pack these notes in such a manner that it was even undetectable by airport scanning machines.

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These experts in packaging use a particular type of tape and wires which passes through X-ray also without being detected.

Meanwhile, the I-T Department has seized the cash and is analysing the mobile details which allegedly contain details of lot of other hawala operators.

The Hotel Taksh Inn was raided on upon the search of Room No 202 and 206, five persons were caught….

Ansari Abuzar, Fazal khan, Ansari Affan from Mumbai, Ladu Ram from Rajasthan and Mahaveer Singh from Jodhpur were held.

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