Indore: After ban on currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000, denomination on November 8 night, officers of the Income Tax department reached two locations of city bullion traders on Tuesday night.

MP Sarafa Vyapari Association president Hukum Soni said that the I-T officers reached shops of two bullion traders on Tuesday night. One of them is located on MG road.

It is believed that the Income Tax officers were examining bill books and also surfed CCTV footage of November 8 night, when these establishments allegedly sold hefty quantity of gold items by taking banned currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 denomination just hour after the announcement of ban.

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