Solapur: Sanjay Pawar’s misdeeds of buying vegetables in Asara Chowk by giving fake notes were finally exposed by the vegetable grower himself. When Pawar came to fetch vegetables with such notes after being caught for the first time, the vegetable seller identified the notes from the same man as fake and finally tore the notes in front of Pawar and informed the police. Police in Bijapur Naka Thane arrested Pawar in plain clothes and uncovered a counterfeit note in Solapur.
Along with Pawar, Vishnu Sidram Gaidhankar has been arrested. It is learned that the accused Vishnu Sidram Gaidhankar (35, resident of Bharat Housing Society, Maulali Chowk) needed money to build a house as the lockdown caused him to run out of money. For this, he learned the technique of printing fake notes from YouTube. Accused Sanjay Pawar joined his accomplice to distribute the printed notes in the market. After the police caught Pawar, he mentioned the name of accused Gaidhankar. After searching Gaidhankar’s house, the police seized color printers, ink bottles, paper cutters and 610 notes of Rs 100 and 100 counterfeit notes of Rs 500 from his house. A case has been registered at Bijapur Naka police station.
Under the guidance of Commissioner of Police Ankush Shinde, Deputy Commissioner of Police Bapu Bangar, Assistant Commissioner of Police Preeti Tipare, Senior Inspector of Police Hemant Shedge, Assistant Inspector of Police Sheetal Kumar Kolhal, Constable Rajkumar Tolanure, Narote, Shrirang Khandekar, Alam Birajdar, Laxman Vasekar, Balaji Jadhav. Imran Jamadar, Uday Singh Salunkhe, Pintu Jadhav, Vishal Borade, Lakhan Mali. The crime is being investigated by Assistant Police Inspector Kolhal.
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