A set of images with a text is viral claiming CBI seized 17000 crore from under ground where Sashikala kept. It has few photos of boxes full of New notes i.e 200, 500, 2000 and few showing a hole on the floor and an officer standing in it.
“C.B.I. seized 17,000 Crore Indian Rupees from the under ground, where Sasikala kept secretly.”
This is a Fake News stitched from two different stories from different places.
Times of India (Boxes full of Notes) –
I-T dept seizes Rs.11 crore cash in raids related to NSE co-location case
Pradeep Thakur| TNN | Nov 17, 2017, 19:25 IST
NEW DELHI: Income Taxofficials on Friday seized Rs. 11 crore cash from the Delhi residence of National Stock Exchange (NSE) broker Sanjay Gupta during the ongoing searches related to the OPG Group in the co-location case.
In the last few days, officials of the Income Tax (I-T) investigation have raided more than 50 premises of the OPG Group and others in Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru and Kolkata.
The cash seized from Gupta’s house was hidden in several boxes and wooden cavities of furniture. The premises of a former CEO and other officials of the NSE were also raided earlier and documents and laptops seized.
Hindustan Times (Hole in the Floor) –
Navi Mumbai bank robbery: 30-foot tunnel said to have been dug over a period of five months
Locals heard no sounds of digging nor spotted debris being cleared from near the Bank of Baroda in Sanpada, where the locker room was looted
MUMBAI Updated: Nov 14, 2017 09:48 IST
Five months, a 30-ft-long tunnel and one smart heist – this is how the police summed up the break-in at Bank of Baroda’s Sanpada branch.
As the news spread on Monday morning, around 11.30am, a crowd started gathering in front of the bank. Several police vans reached the spot, only raising more questions on how, why and when. At some point, the police had to lock the main entrance of the bank to preserve forensic evidence.
By afternoon, it emerged that 30 lockers, with valuables worth Rs6 crore, were broken into over the weekend and the tunnel used for it was built over the past five months. Soon, the buzzword changed from bank robbery to a nondescript Shri Balaji general stores, the start of the tunnel that passed three shops to connect to the locker room.
Now came the questions. Everyone, from those worked at those shops to those who visited it, started jogging their memory for answers on whether they had seen anything suspicious over the past five months. Most were surprised that they didn’t hear any noise of digging or see debris being carried out of the shop.
Amol More, 37, an official of the agency that is adjacent to the general store, said: “Two people used to come to the shop for two to three hours a day. We never heard any noise from the store. We are shocked about how they did it so silently.”
The police suspect the culprits carried out the work in the night and threw the debris in small quantities away from the bank. For most, building a tunnel, almost like a “proper construction” five feet under the ground in a highly populated area, which is surrounded by banks and the resultant security, seemed unimaginable. “This is something we have never heard if. How could they go ahead with such an act in an area that witnesses constant police patrolling,” said Kunal Patil, 44, another resident of the area.