India’s Border Security Force Recovers ‘Fake Money’ at Indo-Bangladesh border

BSF Recovers FICN From Indo- Bangladesh Border

According to the BSF sources of India, Border Security Force has seized huge consignment of FICN worth Rs. 1,00,000/- Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) from Indo-Bangladesh border on Sunday morning.

In the middle of the night of 11th Aug 2013, at about 0200 hrs, troops of 125 Battalion BSF deployed in the Border area of Border Outpost Churiantpur, Distt Malda, West Bengal observed suspicious movement of one person across the border fence.

Anti National elements threw a Plastic packet containing FICN over the Border Fence towards the Indian side by taking advantage of darkness. However, due to alertness of BSF men, they have failed their attempt and seized the plastic packet which contained the FICN worth Rs. 1,00,000/ (Denomination 1000 x 54 and 500 x 92).

Shib Shankar Chatterjee is a former BBC, The Times of India, Hindustan Times, The Statesman & The Telegraph Contributor-cum-Correspondent from Northeast India, who specializes in investigations of important issues affecting the people of South Asia, specially, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan & Myanmar.