PATNA: Sleuths of national investigating agency (NIA) detained two Kashmiri youths from here on Tuesday for their alleged involvement in supplying fake Indian currency notes (FICN).
A Hindustan Times report claimed that a large number of suspect Kashmiri youths had taken shelter in the guise of hawkers of woollen garments brought from Kashmir. Mohammad Faiyaz, a resident of Anantnag who was [putting up in Munger was branded as kingpin of FICN racket. Police said that some Kashmiri suspects were also involved in smuggling of Munger made weapons. On the basis of mobile surveillance, a three-member team of NIA reached Munger in search of Faiyaz and detained two youths. However, both were found to be innocent and released from custody. Agencies
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