BSF seizes Rs 9 lakh in fake Indian currency
Kolkata: The Border Security Force (BSF) Sunday said it has seized fake Indian currency notes of the face value of Rs 9 lakh from a border outpost in West Bengal`s Malda district.
"The fake notes in plastic bags were being thrown in from the Bangladesh side of the border into the Indian side," the BSF said in a statement.
The seizure took place Saturday night from a border outpost at Baishnavnagar.
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