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I-T dept seizes over Rs 4 cr cash of new currency in Bengaluru

The sleuths of the department seized notes mostly in denomination of Rs 2000

Press Trust of India  |  Bengaluru 

A cashier displays the new 2000 Indian rupee banknotes inside a bank in Jammu (Photo: Reuters)

In one of the biggest seizures of new currency, the Income Tax department on Thursday confiscated over Rs 4 crore in searches against at least two individuals in Bengaluru.
 
Officials said the searches were launched on the premises of an engineer and a contractor.

The sleuths of the department seized over Rs 4 crore in new currency, mostly in denomination of Rs 2000, some notes of Rs 100, demonetized notes of Rs 500 and a few gold biscuits, they said

"Huge stacks of Rs 2000 notes have been recovered. The is amounts to over Rs crore. The counting of the seized currency is still on.

"This is one the highest seizures of the new currency.

Some entry operators and bankers are under the scanner," a senior I-T department official said.

They said the department has also found a number of identity cards of various individuals from the searched premises which could have been used to illegally change the old currency with new ones.  

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I-T dept seizes over Rs 4 cr cash of new currency in Bengaluru

The sleuths of the department seized notes mostly in denomination of Rs 2000

The sleuths of the department seized notes mostly in denomination of Rs 2000
In one of the biggest seizures of new currency, the Income Tax department on Thursday confiscated over Rs 4 crore in searches against at least two individuals in Bengaluru.
 
Officials said the searches were launched on the premises of an engineer and a contractor.

The sleuths of the department seized over Rs 4 crore in new currency, mostly in denomination of Rs 2000, some notes of Rs 100, demonetized notes of Rs 500 and a few gold biscuits, they said

"Huge stacks of Rs 2000 notes have been recovered. The is amounts to over Rs crore. The counting of the seized currency is still on.

"This is one the highest seizures of the new currency.

Some entry operators and bankers are under the scanner," a senior I-T department official said.

They said the department has also found a number of identity cards of various individuals from the searched premises which could have been used to illegally change the old currency with new ones.  
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I-T dept seizes over Rs 4 cr cash of new currency in Bengaluru

The sleuths of the department seized notes mostly in denomination of Rs 2000

In one of the biggest seizures of new currency, the Income Tax department on Thursday confiscated over Rs 4 crore in searches against at least two individuals in Bengaluru.
 
Officials said the searches were launched on the premises of an engineer and a contractor.

The sleuths of the department seized over Rs 4 crore in new currency, mostly in denomination of Rs 2000, some notes of Rs 100, demonetized notes of Rs 500 and a few gold biscuits, they said

"Huge stacks of Rs 2000 notes have been recovered. The is amounts to over Rs crore. The counting of the seized currency is still on.

"This is one the highest seizures of the new currency.

Some entry operators and bankers are under the scanner," a senior I-T department official said.

They said the department has also found a number of identity cards of various individuals from the searched premises which could have been used to illegally change the old currency with new ones.  

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