Abdulla Haji , Fake currency Kingpin from Kasargod under Interpol net
Fake currency racket busted by Interpol: Malayali arrested
A Dubai based Malayali has been arrested by the Interpol in connection with the busting of a racket fake currency racket. The arrested, Abdullah Haji, has been arrested from Dubai and has been accused of smuggling counterfeit Indian currency manufactured in Pakistan via Dubai channels.
The Interpol has sought more details about Abdullah Haji from Crime Branch, Kozhikode. Reports state that Abdullah Haji has been in the Kerala Crime Branch’s wanted list for over 6 years. Police also state that others arrested, in connection with the case have given statements pointing to Abdullah Haji as the racket kingpin. He is said to bring the notes to Kerala via containers.
Abdullah Haji, hailing from Kasargode has been wanted in many cases, including three cases that fall under Kozhikode Crime Branch for the seizure of fake currency worth Rs 12 lakhs.
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