Fake currencies made by Pakistan seized in Hyderabad

| Wednesday, October 19, 2016 - 14:25
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Fake Indian currency notes are said to be made by Pakistan | Image for pictorial representation

New Delhi: In a raid conducted by the officials of Hyderabad Police, a fake currency racket gang was busted and three persons were arrested on Wednesday. An amount of Rs 9 lakh was seized from them.

The fake Indian currency notes are said to be made by Pakistan.

Reports of seize of counterfeit currency notes are very frequent in recent times.

Days ago, Delhi police nabbed two persons for making fake 10 rupee coins currency in manufactured in a factory in Peeragarhi. Fake 800 coins of Rs 10, two hydraulic machines, 10 dies and other raw materials used in fake currency manufacturing were recovered from the.

Last month, Hyderabad city police busted an inter-state fake currency racket after arresting three persons including a woman. Counterfeit currency notes of face value Rs 11.95 lakh were seized from them.

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