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Gurugram: HDFC cashier booked for converting black money worth over Rs 10 lakh

The Gurugram Police on Sunday registered a case against a HDFC bank cashier in DLF Phase-2, in connection with the November 30 seizure of old currency notes worth Rs 10.96 lakh.

gurgaon Updated: Dec 11, 2016 14:20 IST
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Mumbai, India - Nov. 21, 2016: A man counts old 500 and 1000 notes inside the bank at Vashi in Mumbai, India, on Monday, November 21, 2016. (Photo by Satyabrata Tripathy/ Hindustan Times)(Hindustan Times)

The Gurugram Police on Sunday registered a case against a HDFC bank cashier in DLF Phase-2, in connection with the November 30 seizure of old currency notes worth Rs 10.96 lakh.

The case has been registered against the bank cashier named Suakant, a businessman Sunny Khanduja and two of his helpers in civil line Police station here.

Four of the accused have been charged under Section 420, 311 and120B of Indian Penal Code (IPC).

As per reports, the bank manager was involved in converting old scrapped currency of higher value to new one for which he was getting ransom amount.

The Gurugram Police on November 30 recovered outlawed currency worth Rs 10.96 lakh in old 1,000 and 500-rupee notes from the helpers of Sunny Khanduja after which the matter was handed over to the income tax department.

The case was registered against four of the accused after the investigation of the Excise Department.

A massive manhunt is underway to nab the perpetrators.