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Banks along border in Assam alerted about deposit by militants

Press Trust of India  |  Guwahati 

branches near international borders with Bhutan and as well as interstate boundaries of have been told to remain vigilant about suspicious of large sums of money by militants following of high-value currency notes.

(and Order) Kuladhar Saikia said that he had held a meeting with heads of Reserve of and other banks in the state yesterday to keep track of of large sums of money in at the branches near the border and immediately inform police about it.



Police have also taken steps to keep a watch on decoys being used by militants to deposit their old currency notes in branches, Saikia said.

"We also have information about terrorists depositing their old currency notes in some educational institutes and then taking out the money in the name of school children. We have told our officials in those areas to be alert about it," he said.

"The terrorists are also attempting to take out money through middlemen, contractors and opening fictitious accounts to deposit their money," Saikia said, adding "Since demonetisation, Police have found three suspicious transactions of Rs 1.5 crore, Rs 50 lakh and a few lakhs.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Banks along border in Assam alerted about deposit by militants

Bank branches near international borders with Bhutan and Bangladesh as well as interstate boundaries of Assam have been told to remain vigilant about suspicious deposits of large sums of money by militants following demonetisation of high-value currency notes. Assam Director General of Police (Law and Order) Kuladhar Saikia said that he had held a meeting with heads of Reserve Bank of India and other banks in the state yesterday to keep track of deposits of large sums of money in at the branches near the border and immediately inform police about it. Police have also taken steps to keep a watch on decoys being used by militants to deposit their old currency notes in bank branches, Saikia said. "We also have information about terrorists depositing their old currency notes in some educational institutes and then taking out the money in the name of school children. We have told our officials in those areas to be alert about it," he said. "The terrorists are also attempting to take ... branches near international borders with Bhutan and as well as interstate boundaries of have been told to remain vigilant about suspicious of large sums of money by militants following of high-value currency notes.

(and Order) Kuladhar Saikia said that he had held a meeting with heads of Reserve of and other banks in the state yesterday to keep track of of large sums of money in at the branches near the border and immediately inform police about it.

Police have also taken steps to keep a watch on decoys being used by militants to deposit their old currency notes in branches, Saikia said.

"We also have information about terrorists depositing their old currency notes in some educational institutes and then taking out the money in the name of school children. We have told our officials in those areas to be alert about it," he said.

"The terrorists are also attempting to take out money through middlemen, contractors and opening fictitious accounts to deposit their money," Saikia said, adding "Since demonetisation, Police have found three suspicious transactions of Rs 1.5 crore, Rs 50 lakh and a few lakhs.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Banks along border in Assam alerted about deposit by militants

branches near international borders with Bhutan and as well as interstate boundaries of have been told to remain vigilant about suspicious of large sums of money by militants following of high-value currency notes.

(and Order) Kuladhar Saikia said that he had held a meeting with heads of Reserve of and other banks in the state yesterday to keep track of of large sums of money in at the branches near the border and immediately inform police about it.

Police have also taken steps to keep a watch on decoys being used by militants to deposit their old currency notes in branches, Saikia said.

"We also have information about terrorists depositing their old currency notes in some educational institutes and then taking out the money in the name of school children. We have told our officials in those areas to be alert about it," he said.

"The terrorists are also attempting to take out money through middlemen, contractors and opening fictitious accounts to deposit their money," Saikia said, adding "Since demonetisation, Police have found three suspicious transactions of Rs 1.5 crore, Rs 50 lakh and a few lakhs.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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