Shredded notes: K`taka police question Indore raddi-dealer
Indore: A police team from Karnataka, with the assistance of Indore Crime Branch, on Wednesday questioned a local raddi (waste-paper) dealer here in connection with discovery of bags of shredded currency notes at Bellary.
Naveen, the raddi dealer, told the police that he bought the bags from Devas Currency Press, believing them to be filled with waste paper, sources said.
Karnataka Police had raided a plywood factory in Bellary where 400 bags of shredded notes were found. The factory owner had told the police that bags were bought from Indore as raddi.
Karnataka police later left for Devas for further investigation.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- 'BJP is winning by absolute majority in Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections'
- 7th Pay Commission: Allowances committee raises HRA to 30%?
- India can meet its energy requirements from Moon by 2030, says ISRO
- J&K: 26 soldiers martyred, 22 militants killed as Army steps up security in Valley
- Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections 2017: Samajwadi Party's 'kaam bolta hai' slogan faces litmus test