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Bengaluru police arrest Cameroon national for circulating fake Indian currency notes

Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (ANK)

Bengaluru, Jul 13: Bengaluru CCB Police have succeeded in arresting Cameroon national for circulating fake currency note.

The arrested is identified as Dieudonne Chrispol (35) hailing from Cameroon in central Africa, presently residing in Banaswadi, Bengaluru. Police seized a whopping Rs 33.70 lac fake Indian currency notes of Rs 2,000 denomination from his possession.

The accused was involved in circulating the fake Rs 2,000 currency notes in the market by getting them photocopied through color printer.

Dieudonne Chrispol

Rs 33.70 lac fake currency notes, two canon color printers, 150 A4 size paper sheets, one sticker cutter, one scale, cello tape, one mobile and passport are seized by the police from the accused.

Dieudonne Chrispol arrived to India in the year 2017 by tourist visa. He did not renew the visa and began to stay in the country illegally.

A case was registered at Banasvadi police station.

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  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Sun, Jul 14 2019

    Hailing from banana republic country must have taken for granted and never expected India's intelligence and Police investigative Agencies worth. Caught with Rs. 33.70 Lac but to what extent he made use of counterfeit currency yet to be known.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sun, Jul 14 2019

    Now time to say we have enough from such roughs.Simply send them back to their country.Why it was still delayed knowing he has not extended visa purposely.He knows when extention means back to routes.He didnt come here simply,because there is utter powerty than us and more violence.No they seek somewhere to push days.Now here people are coming with boats,that noone wants.Self in India ,goa there are lots of them.Didnt we read last time the girls were driving around drunken and attacked police?so we have enough from them.Have our own problems so dont want more.One who wants to work and live peacefully is just another thing.Criminell ?no more.

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  • JOHN, mangalore/kuwait

    Sat, Jul 13 2019

    shame shame poppy shame///
    people from other country coming here and printing and circulating fake notes? what more we need?
    his visa expired and not renewed!!! what the hell immigration department doing? they dont have any record for a person whose visa expired and he is inside the country... why they didnt publish in news paper the name of illegal residents??
    shame shame poppy shame!!!!

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  • SmR, Karkala

    Sat, Jul 13 2019

    Union minister for home affairs, Kiren Rijiju, said that merely ten days after demonetisation, the smuggling of fake currency notes from three international borders - Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal - have completely stopped.

    Modi government's tall claim falls flat. Apart from porous borders now Indian currencies due to weak security feature now printing made easier in the distant continent of Africa as well.

    I wonder why Zee-TV wonder 'Microchip' is not working alerting the PM Modi government this time.

    India’s central bank just proved demonetisation was for nothing. Meanwhile, India’s love affair with cash has returned. None of the original objectives have been met. Some of the other objectives laid out fighting terrorism and corruption, even that has clearly not been met.

    Instead, what it did was give a body blow to the informal economic activity and I don’t think that the country has still fully recovered from it.

    Jai Hind

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  • Jennifer, Mangalore

    Sat, Jul 13 2019

    Who gave him the chip that we were made to believe (when DeMo was announced) that the chip will detect if the money is stocked and is redundant ? Assumed to be black since it never came back into circulation ?

    PM Sir ??? Did you read the news too ? Its 33,70,000/- not just one/two thousands of Rupees ! You also told the nation that one purpose of DeMo is stopping it from being counterfeited.

    Hope this man is not in India since 70 years ??

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  • Mangalurian, Mangaluru

    Sat, Jul 13 2019

    The path to US$5 trillion is not an easy one.

    You need all sorts to contribute to this fantambulous target.

    Mehul Choksi, his nephew Modi, Dieudonne Chrispol - are all doing whatever they can. They never get tired of hard work.

    Just wait and see! At this rate, we might be a US$TEN trillion by 2024.

    BTW, keep electing the Gujju-bhai.

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    Sat, Jul 13 2019

    Generally African country origin men are naturally criminal minded and they are not simply coming to India as there is GOLD MINING here ! We got lots of problems within the country and tax payers paying for that on a daily basis. Top of that these kind of people coming and indulging the criminal activities on day light but we still generous to spend our hard earned money on them ! Strange but its a naked truth ! Toll gate fees might be one part of contribution for unknown peoples expenses who is FREE stay in JAIL for years !!!

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    Sat, Jul 13 2019

    Absolutely right. It is high time for police to collect the information of all suspected foreign nationals like him and investigate otherwise we are going to pay heavy price.

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