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One held with demonetised currency worth Rs 1 crore in Panipat

Police have identified the accused as Arvind of Datauli village in Sonepat district.

india Updated: May 30, 2017 20:12 IST
HT Correspondent
Panipat DSP Jagdeep Doon said that he was produced in court for police remand and that investigation was on to find the source of the money.
Panipat DSP Jagdeep Doon said that he was produced in court for police remand and that investigation was on to find the source of the money. (HT File )

The Panipat police have arrested a person and recovered Rs 1 crore in demonetised currency notes from his possession from Samalkha town of Panipat district on Monday night.

Police have identified the accused as Arvind of Datauli village in Sonepat district. Panipat DSP Jagdeep Doon said that he was produced in court for police remand and that investigation was on to find the source of the money.

Doon said police received a complaint against the accused after Om Prakash Jindal of Panipat accused him of duping him of Rs 61 lakh. The accused has been booked under Section 406, 420, 506 and 120 B of Indian Penal Code (IPC).

The recovered money was in demonetised currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000.