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₹1.40 Crore In New Currency Notes Seized In Mumbai, Three Detained

On Thursday, police had seized ₹10.10 crore in suburban Chembur.

17/12/2016 8:28 AM IST | Updated 17/12/2016 8:35 AM IST
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MUMBAI -- In another haul of cash in the megapolis, the police on Friday evening seized ₹1.40 crore from three persons riding in a car on Juhu-Versova Link Road in suburban Andheri in Mumbai.

The money was in the new ₹2,000 notes, police said.

Police stopped the car during vehicular checking near Juhu Tara Complex at around 7 pm. Upon checking, the cash was discovered.

The three persons who were riding in the car were being questioned, said Mumbai police's spokesperson DCP Ashok Dudhe.

On Thursday, police had seized ₹10.10 crore in suburban Chembur. Most of it was in the demonetised currency.

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