Karnataka man smuggled fake currency from Bangladesh: DRI

fakecurrency2000The man arrested with fake Rs 2,000 notes worth Rs 7.56 lakh is said to have smuggled the same from Bangladesh.

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Fake currency, printing machine seized from Yuva Morcha leader’s house in Kerala

2000The Kerala police have seized fake currency and printing machines from the house of a Yuva Morcha leader Sree Narayanapuram near Kodungallur. The police have arrested Erassery Rakesh, 31. The BJP said that Rakesh was a regional committee member of the Yuva Morcha. The district president of the party says that Rakesh and his brother have both been expelled.

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Train sabotage: ISI agent had contested the Nepal elections

derailsShamshul Huda,the man arrested in Nepal for his alleged link to the train sabotage case in India had contested unsuccessfully on a Madhesi Party ticket. He had contested the elections held in Nepal, but lost badly.

This resulted in huge financial losses which forced him to deal in fake Indian currency.

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Rs 1,000 crore worth fake currency waiting to land in India

2000The Rawalpindi module may have printed at least Rs 1,000 crore worth of fake currency in the past month, Intelligence Bureau officials suspect.
The pattern in which the notes are being printed and sent indicate that there is a huge consignment of the new Rs 2,000 fake notes awaiting to be offloaded in India.

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How Pakistan perfected fake currency after demonetisation

2000-jpOn November 8, 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a surprise announcement on demonetisation, declaring that the Rs 500 and 1,000 notes were no longer legal tender.

He also made it a point to state that one of the reasons behind this decision was to eradicate the menace of fake currency.

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The ‘Litchi’ who circulated fake notes in India

2000She goes by the name ‘Litchi’ and her crime was that she was part of a major fake currency racket in India. Litchi, 43, whose original name is Fatima, is a Bangaldeshi national, was actively involved in the circulation of fake currency in India and was arrested from Agra on Thursday.

Litchi, who is a resident of Sushil Nagar in Agra is married to one Sher Ali Khan. Her name came up during an investigation conducted by the National Investigation Agency, which took over the case that was busted in West Bengal.

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Fake Rs 2,000 note: 11 out of 17 security features replicated

2000-jpBengaluru, Feb 13: The fake currency racketeers have managed to replicate 11 out of the 17 security features on the new Rs 2,000 notes.
On February 1, a consignment of fake notes had been seized along the Bangladesh border. Forensic analysis showed that the racketeers had replicated eight out of the 17 security features.

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Fake currency: 50 per cent of security features have been replicated in Rs 2,000 note

fakecurrNew Delhi, Feb 1: The Border Security Force and the National Investigation Agency recently intercepted two consignments of fake Rs 2,000 currency notes along the Indo-Bangladesh border.
Investigations, based on forensic analysis, revealed that the fake notes have replicated 50 per cent of the security features of the original ones. The new Rs 2,000 denomination note has 17 security features.
The fake currency operatives have managed to replicate eight of them, investigations revealed. Investigators tell OneIndia that the colour of the note has not been replicated yet. The notes are darker in colour and the paper quality is not the same, an officer noted.

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How ISI brought back its fake currency operatives post demonetisation

Fake_currencyThe November 8 decision on demonetisation brought a grinding halt to the fake currency network.

Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence had invested a lot in terms of money and manpower to ensure that this racket spread deep into the Indian monetary system.

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Kerala operative Podi Salam’s arrest will help crack fake currency code

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New Delhi, Dec 23: The arrest of Abdul Salam alias Podi Salam, a resident of Kerala in connection with the fake currency racket, is a shot in the arm for the National Investigation Agency. Salam a resident of Mallapuram in Kerala was deported from Saudi Arabia following which he was arrested by the NIA on Thursday.

Salam, who was part of the Dawood syndicate was wanted by the NIA in connection with 2014 case in which fake currency of Rs 9 lakh had been seized at the Nedumbassery airport in Kerala.

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