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Now, Pakistan ropes in Dawood Ibrahim men to run fake Rs 2000 notes operations targetting India

In major alarm for the country, intelligence inputs has today confirmed that Pakistan’s spy agency ISI has activated its networks in Bangladesh and Nepal, to once again circulate fake currency notes across the country.
While fake currency notes of the denomination Rs 100 is also in circulation, ISI will start printing high quality Rs 2,000 and Rs 500 notes.
In major alarm for the country, intelligence inputs has today confirmed that Pakistan’s spy agency ISI has activated its networks in Bangladesh and Nepal, to once again circulate fake currency notes across the country. According to a report by the India Today, there were intelligence inputs stating that the Pakistan spy agency has roped in absconding don Dawood Ibrahim’s men who function from Mumbai.
While fake currency notes of the denomination Rs 100 is also in circulation, ISI will start printing high quality Rs 2,000 and Rs 500 notes.
The PM Narendra Modi note ban drive is under organised onslaught from Pakistan-based elements. Yesterday, a Pakistan fake currency note module that pumps high value Indian currency, consisting of Rs 2,000 notes, from Bangladesh has been exposed in the Malda District of West Bengal. An unidentified counterfeit currency runner has admitted to the fact in a video. The notes are of good enough quality to fool the common people and only an expert with the help of machines can tell the difference.
Security agencies have arrested a gang that is working to push fake currency through Bangladesh into India via Malda in West Bengal.
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