Mumbai police seizes Rs 1.36 cr of scrapped notes, detains 5

Mumbai police seizes Rs 1.36 cr of scrapped notes, detains 5

Mumbai police have seized 1.36 crore rupees of scrapped notes in Thane and detained five persons. Police said, they nabbed five persons following a vigil in the Upavan Lake area of the suburb.
With this, the police in the last one week have seized 3.52 crore rupees of in demonetized currency and detained a dozen persons.

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