Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Eight people involved in hundi held, millions of rupees seized

Posted by Anup Baral August 30, 2016 : As many as eight people, including one Indian national, have been arrested on charge of their involvement in illegal hundi business from Kathmandu, Nepal Police’s Teku-based Metropolitan Crime Division said on Monday. Police seized a total for NRs 17.2375 million and IRs 100,000 and other documents from their possession and sent the suspects to the Pulchok-based Department of Revenue Investigation for further investigation and action. Acting on a tip-off, the MCD said, security personnel deployed from the MCD raided several locations today and made the arrests as a part crackdown on the illegal money transfer business.
Suspects are identified as Pawan Kumar Agrawal Sarawagi (49), a permanent resident of Indian state of Rajasthan; Mohan Man Shrestha (45) of Siraha; Kumar Rai (19) of Nuwakot; Nirdosh Prasain (23) of Jhapa; Rajan Paudel (26) of Sindhupalchok; Tal Bahadur Tamang (42) of Ramechhap; Amit Kharel (31) of Jhapa; and Rohit Dulal (40) of Jhapa. The MCD said Sarawagi is the operator of New Road-based Anu Trading. Police seized Rs 6.35 million from his possession. Shrestha, on the other hand, runs Bindeshwari Bag and Readymade Udyog at Pyukha of Kathmandu. Police seized Rs 1 million, IRs 100,000 from him along with 49 cheques of several banks.thehimalayantimes

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