Two persons were arrested for printing fake notes of Rs 2,000 denomination in Lavkushnagar area under Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh, police said on Thursday.
Fake Rs 2,000 notes amounting to Rs 2 lakhs were also seized, police added.
According to police, the accused with the help of a colour printer were printing fake Rs 2000 new notes. Further investigations are on.
Madhya Pradesh: Fake notes in new Rs 2000 denomination worth Rs 2 lakhs seized in Chhatarpur's Lavkushnagar, two arrested.— ANI (@ANI) December 22, 2016
Madhya Pradesh: The accused with the help of a Colour printer were printing fake Rs 2000 new notes, amounting to Rs 2 lakhs seized.— ANI (@ANI) December 22, 2016
Earlier on Dec 18, MP police arrested two persons for printing fake notes of Rs 2,000 denomination in Burhar town under Shahdol district.
The accused, Ravi Gupta and Amit Rai, scanned the new Rs 2,000 notes and took out coloured photocopies.
“Gupta used the fake notes at a petrol pump. Upon suspicion, the petrol pump workers informed the police,” Burhar police station in-charge Prafull Rai had said.