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JAMSHEDPUR: The police have recovered banned currency notes worth over Rs 19 lakh from Sangam Vihar locality under the jurisdiction of Sonari police station here on Thursday.



Jamshedpur, December 7

The police have recovered banned currency notes worth over Rs 19 lakh from Sangam Vihar locality under the jurisdiction of Sonari police station here on Thursday.

The banned notes were stuffed in two sacks and abandoned, said city Superintendent of Police (SP), Prabhat Kumar.

Demonetised currency bills in denominations of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 were recovered, Kumar said.

An investigation has been initiated, he said. PTI

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