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Gang members used to print counterfeit notes and use them in the market.
A few days ago, Ashok Pal, owner of a teahouse in Patara area of Ghatampur, also found fake Rs 100 notes. After that, he started taking Rs 100 notes after getting be well informed and verified.
Police say the teenager and a young man arrived at the store on bicycles on Friday. After taking some stuff, handed over a Rs 100 note. The shopkeeper started examining the note in front of him.
According to the trader, there was a difference in the texture of the note, after seeing it in the light, he learned that it was a fake. After that, he informed the police. Police arrived at the scene and took the minor and the youth into custody.
The police interrogated them both for several hours at the Patara station. Meanwhile, both of them have come to terms with the printing of counterfeit notes and also told the shocking story behind it.