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Rs 35 lakh in fresh notes taken from 2 Jaipur businessmen

Rs 35 lakh in fresh notes taken from 2 Jaipur businessmen :- Descending vigorously on the nexus of illicit trade of money notes, Rajasthan ATS late on Wednesday evening kept two specialists with a claimed unaccounted salary of more than Rs 35 lakh from Vidhyadhar Nagar territory alongside an intermediary.

ATS went about as bait client wishing to trade more seasoned money notes from the two businesspeople and their dealer and picking up their certainty acknowledged the arrangement of giving them 25% commission on the trade. ATS for quite a while was getting contributions from its sources on the packs required in charming individuals in cash trade.

Two representatives were gotten here purportedly with Rs 35 lakh in new cash notes while they were trading old notes. Taking after a tip-off, a group of Rajasthan police’s exceptional operation bunch (SOG) seized Sunil Gupta and Priyanshu Gupta in Vidhyadhar Nagar range and recouped around Rs 36 lakh the previous evening.

Rs 35 lakh is in new money notes of 2000 and remaining trade is out demonetised notes of Rs 100,” SP, SOG, Vikas Kumar said on Thursday. They were purportedly getting the old notes traded on 25 for every penny commission, authorities said.

Wage impose office has been educated and an additionally test is being completed, Kumar said. Prior, Deedwana police in Nagaur region of the state seized Rs 6.72 lakh of unaccounted money from a man, incorporating Rs 5.68 lakh in new Rs 2000 notes.

Rest of the sum is at Rs 100 and Rs 50 group, police had said, including they have kept Ajit Malik after he neglected to give an agreeable reply.