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Breaking News: Man tried depositing fake notes worth Rs 93.000


According to the Pydhonie police, Sukhwinder Kamontra, a cashier at Punjab Maharashtra Co-operative bank was collecting and giving cash to other customers when a man identifying himself as Shivaji Pawar filled a cash deposit receipt and handed over 93 notes of Rs 1000.


An as-yet unidentified man, believed to be about 40-years-old, tried to deposit 93 counterfeit notes of Rs1,000 denomination in the Carnac Bunder branch of Punjab Maharashtra Co-operative bank on Saturday. When a cashier felt something was amiss, she confronted the man, who then fled from the branch. A case has been registered at Pydhonie police station in this regard.

According to the Pydhonie police, Sukhwinder Kamontra, a cashier at Punjab Maharashtra Co-operative bank was collecting and giving cash to other customers when a man identifying himself as Shivaji Pawar filled a cash deposit receipt and handed over 93 notes of Rs 1000. When she started to count the notes in a counting machine, she realised that there was something unusual about the notes and later found that they were counterfeit notes.

“From the expression of the cashier when she asked him about the notes being fake, the suspect realised he was in trouble and pushed the people in the queue before the guard could respond and fled,” said a Pydhonie police official.

“We suspect that the man must have taken the notes from someone else to deposit it in order to later withdraw genuine currency”, said the official.


Deepak Kundal, Senior Inspector, said, “We will collect the CCTV footage of the bank to identify the accused and we will probe if he was involved in a bogus currency syndicate.”
Breaking News: Man tried depositing fake notes worth Rs 93.000 Reviewed by Maddali Laxmi Swetha on November 20, 2016 Rating: 5

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