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EXPAT MOTHER ARRESTED FOR RECEIVING MONEY FROM SON
An Indian expat mother was arrested in India for trying to deposit fake currency notes worth Rs 30,000 in State Bank Of India account, After the demonetization of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes. Recommend : Possible ways for NRI to convert old notes to new
The accused women name is Mariyamma and she is of 65 years, She tried to deposit Rs 49,500 in her SBI kondotty branch account in Kerala. Related : India scraps 500 & 1000 rupee notes
- Out of 49,500 rupees,The bank officials found Rs 37,000 were old and fake notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 and then officials informed the police about this.
- When she questioned by police, from where she got that fake notes, she answered her children living in gulf send her money through Hawala or Hundi system, Hawala system is illegal in India. Trending : Indian arrested for posting Kaaba image with idol
- As per the bank manager complaint on fake notes, A case has been registered under IPC section 489 (B) (C) and the woman arrested and remanded to judicial custody. See Also : Huroob expats are no more allowed in Saudi Arabia
- It is in news that due to scrapping of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 old notes in India, Hawala system people are offering more Indian money than earlier for gulf currencies. Similar : Indians sending less money to families
- It is your duty to be alert and not involve in such activities, As you seen the above case. People may provide good offers, but at last you or your family will be the one to face problems.