RBI files complaint against banks for depositing fake notes
Muzaffarnagar (UP): The Reserve Bank of India has lodged police complaint against the branch managers of two nationalised banks here for allegedly accepting and then depositing fake Indian currency in its bank.
According to the complaint filed yesterday by manager
of Reserve Bank of India (Kanpur head office) V P Singh, the
Muzaffarnagar branches of Punjab National Bank (PNB) and State
Bank of Bikaner had deposited fake notes in RBI, police said
Ten notes with the face value of Rs 100 and three of
Rs 50 were allegedly deposited in RBI by the PNB and State
Bank of Bikaner, respectively, the complaint lodged at New
Mandi thana stated.
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