90,000 pirated CDs worth Rs 20 cr seized, one held
Owner of the plant was handed over to the police and a case registered against him at Dabri police station.india Updated: Nov 11, 2006 19:33 IST
Over 90,000 pirated CDs of Hindi blockbusters and a huge quantity of inlay cards worth around Rs 20 crore have been seized during a raid at a factory in South-West Delhi.
The unit 'Dugobs Replication Company', functioning in Naraina Industrial Area, was sealed after the raid on Thursday night by a joint team of the Indian Music Industry and Censor Board of India.
The owner of the plant, Hiranand, was handed over to the police and a case registered against him at Dabri police station. He was later remanded to police custody.
More than 90,000 CDs, 10 lakh inlay cards, stamping, molding, printing and packing equipment and a plant handling computer system were seized from the unit, an IMI release said in New Delhi on Saturday.