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Police recover ₹15 lakh in banned currency from Gurgaon resident

Police said they recovered ₹15 lakh cash in denominations of ₹1,000 from a Gurgaon resident.

gurgaon Updated: Nov 28, 2016 22:53 IST
Gulam Jeelani
The ₹15 lakh currency was in denominations of the scrapped ₹1,000 notes.
The ₹15 lakh currency was in denominations of the scrapped ₹1,000 notes.(HT Photo)

Police said they recovered ₹15 lakh cash in denominations of ₹1,000 from a Gurgaon resident.

The accused, Pramod Gupta of Subhash Nagar was arrested with the cash in the scrapped currency notes from New Colony, assistant sub-inspector Umesh, a police spokesperson, said

He said a team of anti-snatching staff of Palam Vihar led by sub-inspector Sandeep Kumar nabbed the man with the cash near Prem Mandir, New Colony, on Monday evening.

“On questioning, he said that the money is to be paid to a property dealer who has promised him 30% commission,” ASI Umesh said.