FIR registered in case of missing dry offset ink
New Delhi: Reserve Bank subsidiary, Bharatiya
Reserve Bank Note Mudran, on Saturday said an FIR has been
registered in the case of missing dry offset ink, used in
currency printing, and the police is investigating it.
The Mysore-based printing press said the "missing ink was
consigned by SICPA India Limited from its Sikkim Factory to
Mysore press" and that the ink is manufactured in the country.
It said the dry offset ink which went missing during
transportation costs Rs 1,000 per kg.
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