Madhya Pradesh: Six People Arrested With Old 'Demonetised' Notes Worth Rs. 41,50,000 in Jhabua, Case Registered
Six arrested with Demonetised notes (Photo Credits: ANI)

Jhabua, January 21: Madhya Pradesh police have arrested six people for allegedly carrying demonetised currency worth Rs 41,50,000 on Sunday. The money in denominations of defunct Rs. 500 and 1,000 notes were seized from their possession in Jhabua, earlier today. A case has been registered against the accused under relevant sections of Indian Penal Code. Vaishno Devi Shrine Received Demonetised Notes Worth Rs 40 Lakh in Last Two Years.

The images of demonetised notes which were recovered from the possession of the accused was shared by news agency ANI. It also tweeted photos of the accused.RBI Reveals What Happened to Demonetised Rs 500 And 1,000 Currency Notes Deposited by YouIt also tweeted photos of the accused.

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This is not the first time that demonetised notes are recovered. Earlier, in a similar incident on December 16, Surat police arrested a man for allegedly carrying the illegal currency worth Rs. 3.80 crore. The crime came to light during a routine checking of vehicles. After the investigation, the man revealed that he received the demonetised currency from a person in Vadodara.