Search by Police in a Delhi Law Firm yields Rs 13 Crore in Cash, including Rs 2.60 Crore in new Currency Notes

Of the Rs 13.65 recovered, Rs 7 crore were in old Rs 1,000 notes, Rs 3 crore in 100 rupee notes and Rs 2.61 crore in Rs 2,000 notes

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New Delhi, December 11, 2016: Delhi Police said on Sunday they had seized Rs 13.65 crore in cash, including Rs 2.60 crore in new currency notes, from a law firm here.

The Crime Branch on Saturday raided the firm in south Delhi.

Of the Rs 13.65 recovered, Rs 7 crore were in old Rs 1,000 notes, Rs 3 crore in 100 rupee notes and Rs 2.61 crore in Rs 2,000 notes, Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime Branch) Ravindra Yadav told IANS.

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The rest of the money was in other denominations.

A currency counting machine was also recovered. The Income Tax department has been informed, Yadav said. (IANS)