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Dhaka Police recovers over 7 cr fake Indian currency manufactured in Pakistan

Dhaka, Nov 27 (UNI) Bangladesh Police recovered fake Indian currency worth over Rs seven crore from a house in the city on Saturday, which were produced in Pakistan and were intended to be pushed in India through the border areas of Bangladesh.
According to Deputy Commissioner of Police Ahmed Asaduzzaman, the currency was recovered from the water tank of a house situated in Dakshinkhan area of Dhaka North in more than 1400 bundles. The fake currency was produced in Pakistan and sent to Sri Lanka, from where they were transported in a marble container to the Chattogram port.
Asaduzzaman said the accused was identified as Fatema Akhter, an active member of an international fake currency racket, which collected counterfeit currency from Pakistan and pushed it into India.
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