NIA chargesheet has named Javed Patel, a delegated terrorist, for a fake currency case that aimed toward destroying the financial stability of India.
Designated particular person terrorist ‘Uncle’ alias Javed Patel dedicated acts of terror by his associates by possessing and circulating high-quality fake Indian currency notes (FICNs) with the intention of damaging the financial stability of India, says NIA charge-sheet.
The supplementary cost sheet was filed earlier than a particular court docket in Mumbai on Wednesday in opposition to 4 individuals, together with the designated terrorist ‘Uncle’ alias Javed Patel alias Javed Chikna within the Thane fake currency case.
Besides Javed Patel, these charge-sheeted by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) beneath related sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act have been recognized as Riyaz Shikilkar, Mohammad Fayaaz Shikilkar and Nasir Chaudhari, all residents of Mumbai. Fayaaz has additionally been charged beneath the Arms Act.
Three accused have been chargesheeted earlier, in April final 12 months, by the Thane police within the case, which was initially registered following the seizure of 149 high-quality counterfeit Indian currency notes of the denomination of Rs 2,000 from accused Riyaz Shikilkar. Subsequently, the NIA had taken over the case and, after investigations, had arrested Fayaaz in May 2023 for possession of unlawful arms.
“Investigations also revealed that Fayaaz was in contact with ‘Uncle’ alias Javed Patel through WhatsApp, and had conspired to carry out unlawful activities in India. He had also received funds sent by Javed Patel, a designated individual terrorist, through his associate ‘Bhai’,” stated the NIA.
Javed Patel, a needed accused, had dedicated acts of terror by his associates by possessing and circulating high-quality fake Indian currency notes with the intention of damaging the financial stability of India, stated the NIA chargesheet.
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