How fake Rs 10 coin claim landed this man in court, slapped with Rs 200 penalty
Assistant Prosecution Officer (APO) Bhupendra Singh said that one Akash of Jaura town bought two handkerchiefs from the shop of Arun Jain in Baniapara on Oct, 2017, and paid the latter with two Rs 10 coins. As reported by Navbharat Times, the shopkeeper, refused to take the coins saying that these are no more accepted in market.
A shopkeeper's refusal to take Rs 10 coin from a buyer led to a big setback for him. Image source: Zeebiz