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December 20, 2009

Gujarat police seize fake Afghan currency notes

     Jamnagar: Gujarat Police on Sunday seized fake Afghan currency notes worth six million and arrested five persons, including two college students from a hideout in Jamnagar. Acting on a tip off the sleuths of Gujarat Police raided a house and recovered the amount. “Five persons have been arrested. Two of them belong to Jamnagar and the rest them belong to Rajkot . Fake Afghan currency notes, each note in the denomination of 10,000 Afghani, have been seized and the total worth is six million," said Sadar Singh Jala, Inspector of Police, Jamnagar . Several cases of fake currency, being smuggled into India have been reported form several parts of the country. Earlier, the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) of Gujarat Police had arrested a key operative of a fake currency racket and seized counterfeit notes from him. Fake currencies find their way into India through its borders with Nepal , Pakistan and Bangladesh.
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