Body appears to be azahari police chief Abdul Sattar Shah, who is accused of taking advantage of the situation to steal Rs

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Body appears to be azahari police chief Abdul Sattar Shah, who is평택출장마사지 accused of taking advantage of the situation to steal Rs. 2.38 lakh from a bank in Jharkhand. Police say Shah made an announcement to the entire state capital that there would be a cash crunch and there would be a cash crunch day. It is not clear exactly what had tak엠 카지노en place or how Shah could have been involved in such an announcement when he should have been in a higher position.

As per reports, Shah was in possession of the cash and when he discovered that it was not his to pay for, he threw the bank note out of the window and tried to burn the note on to the burnt note. He is believed to have given no indication as to where he was getting the money from. He is alleged to have left on foot some funds and money orders. Shah was arrested later on Friday. The authorities are searching the house of a police officer who has confirmed his identity.

The incident comes as Gujarat has been struggling to recover from an unprecedented cash crisis in the last few weeks. The government announced Rs 100 crore in Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 denomination notes in January. The government said the move was designed to reduce black money and tax evasion, and bring the situation under control. But since then, there have been massive withdrawals of Rs 1,000 and Rs 2,000 bills.

Meanwhile, cash crunch, also known as black money crunch, is on, and several major lenders are being hit too. In a move to prevent panic, the government also made it clear in a statement that it was a matter of urgency. “There are CDC 철도청 카지노reports that many banks have been taken over by people looking to convert the money from old to new, but the government is working towards bringing these people to account,” it said.

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