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Pakistan is supplying fake Rs.2000 new currency notes to India

  • By Shalini Gupta |
  • Friday, February 10th, 2017 |
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Pakistan is supplying fake Rs.2000 new currency notes to India. Image Courtesy – http://indiatoday.intoday.in.

Only 3 months have passed since the announcement by the Central Government regarding demonetisation took place. So many people of India and abroad like businessmen, tourists, corporate people including foreigners also, have suffered problem regarding monetary transaction.

Nearly 90 people have succumbed to death while maintaining queue in front of bank or ATM counter throughout the country. Still, 10% ATM counters are running drought for cash. But, fake currency has already started coming to states.

A bunch of 40 fake currency notes of Rs.2000 was captured at Murshidabad district in West Bengal by the police. With previous information of circulation of fake currency notes, the police department made a proper plan of action and caught a man who was supplying these notes to various places. On Wednesday, around 12.30pm, dealing with a tip off, a special team from Islampur police headquarters in Murshidabad caught Azizur Rahaman of 26 years of age from Chapraghat area.




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Murshidabad area imparts the outskirt to Bangladesh through which fake currency notes are carried into India. Malda is known to be the fake cash centre point of the nation. It is believed that Kaliachak and Baishnabnagar regions of Malda have an extensive number of dispatches for conveying fake money. A large section of the fake currency notes are imprinted in Pakistan and directed through Bangladesh.

It is really a worried matter that within 3 months of launching these currency notes of Rs.2000 how can it be copied and so fast? What about the security measures taken by the government while producing these currency notes?

This is really shocking news to people of India and also not to forget the sufferings caused by demonetisation, has not yet over.

 

 
Shalini Gupta
Shalini Gupta is a teacher at New Delhi with multifarious talents. She has passion for reading, writing, drawing, sketching etc. simultaneously with her teaching job. presently she is writing for Bigumbrella.

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