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Two men are arrested in Mohali for allegedly spitting on currency notes before buying dairy products during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Articles published by India Today and Aaj Tak confirm that two men were arrested in Mohali for allegedly spitting on currency notes.

As per the articles, two men were arrested in Mohali for allegedly spitting on currency notes before buying dairy products during the COVID-19 lockdown and the Kharar police have filed a case based on that complaint. Further, the articles state that the shopkeeper alleged that they also had rubbed the notes on their bodies, he promptly threw them away and closed the shop. Acting on the complaint filed by the shopkeeper, the Kharar police have registered a case against the duo.

The Kharar police station SHO Bhagwan Singh said that both have been booked under the relevant sections and are interrogated.

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