In a bizarre incident, bundles of ₹100 and ₹10 currency notes were found floating in a sewer in Sasaram, a town located about 150 km from the state capital of Patna. The discovery was made by a group of local residents who had gone to the area to carry out some cleaning work.
The currency notes were found floating in a section of the sewer near a residential area, and it is still unclear how they ended up there. According to initial reports, the bundles contained a large amount of cash, and the total value of the notes is estimated to be several lakhs of rupees.
Local police were immediately informed about the discovery, and they arrived at the scene to investigate the matter. The area was cordoned off, and the police have launched an inquiry to determine the source of the cash.
Speaking to the media, a police official said that it was not yet clear whether the currency notes were fake or genuine. He added that investigations were underway, and the police were trying to trace the origin of the cash.
The incident has caused a stir in the town, and local residents are speculating about how the cash ended up in the sewer. Some are suggesting that the notes may have been discarded by someone attempting to hide their wealth, while others believe that the cash may have been stolen and dumped in the sewer to avoid detection.
Whatever the case may be, the discovery of the currency notes in the sewer has raised many questions, and the police are determined to get to the bottom of the matter. They have urged anyone with information about the incident to come forward and assist with the investigation.