Bengaluru police uncover Fake stamp paper racket, Seize stamp papers worth Rs 63 lakh

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Bengaluru :- Getting serious about property fraudsters, Bengaluru City Police on Friday busted a phony stamp paper racket and held onto stamp papers worth Rs 63.57 lakh. The East division police, who examined into a few complaints as coordinated by the High Court a couple of days prior, have captured five people regarding the case.Mr. Kamal Pant,Bengaluru City Commissioner of Police told media people that the arrested persons were selling these phony stamp papers anywhere nearby of different courts in the city. “According to the High Court’s course, three cases were enlisted at HAL and Halasurgate Police station. Examining into these grumblings, we have grabbed five people related with the case,”

“We were alarmed that the accused  were selling these Fake stamp papers inside the premises of the courts in Bengaluru. In light of the data our police authorities drove by an ACP  dispatched a covert activity to find the offenders in the act.” He further added that a couple of little elastic stamps bearing the name of State Bank of India, Cottonpet branch, a screen printing machine, elastic stamps bearing the indication of Government of India and 233 void sheets have likewise been recuperated from the denounced. “The denounced had been in the exchange starting around 2005, as indicated by the starter data. While the Fake stamp papers were sold at Rs 3,000 to Rs 5,000 inside the known and close circles, for overall population they were selling them at ₹5,000 to ₹ 10,000 for every paper. The denounced were utilizing counterfeit decorating and franking strategies to approve the stamp papers,” Mr. Kamal Pant, Bengaluru City Commissioner of Police told media.

A reward of ₹50K has been announced to the team!

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