Today, an official said that three accused people were sentenced by a special NIA court and for smuggling Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN), the court has been given them different jail terms along with a fine.

According to the NIA official, on Wednesday, the judgement in the case concerning to the seizure of FICN worth Rs 6,84,000 in order of Rs 2000 from four accused — Mohammed Sajjad Ali, M G Raju, Gangadhar Ramappa Kolkar and Vanitha from many parts of Bengaluru city in March 2018.

The NIA found involvement of four more people throughout the investigation. Out of which Vijay from Karnataka, and Sabiruddin, Abdul Kadir and Jahiruddin from Malda, West Bengal. Vijay, Sabiruddin and Kadir were arrested while Jahiruddin was still running away.

On 3rd Nov 2018, the NIA filed a charge-sheet against four arrested accused Ali, Raju, Kolkar and Vanitha after concluding the investigation and afterwards against Kadir, Sabiruddin and Vijay, supplementary charge-sheets were filed. The NIA special court pressed charges against all the seven charge-sheeted accused for the offences under sections of the IPC, this year on 1st Dec.

As per the NIA official, Ali, Raju and Kadir were sentenced to 6 years imprisonment along with a fine of Rs 10,000; five years imprisonment along with a fine of Rs 5000; and 2 years imprisonment along with a fine of Rs 5000 respectively, after they pleaded guilty.

The official said that against the remaining four charge-sheeted accused, the trial is ongoing along with the investigation against the escaping accused Jahiruddin.

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