Fake new currency found in 17 privet banks including RBI in Ahmedabad city

Ahmedabad: Fake new currency notes worth Rs 5,41,150 have been found in the last three months from 17 banks including RBI in Ahmedabad city. However, counterfeit notes have been deposited in most private banks. When Narendra Modi canceled the note and devastated the economy, people were outraged. It was announced at the time that it could not be a fake note. But the trade of fake notes is increasing in Gujarat.

The PSI YS head of the SOG-Crime branch has lodged a complaint against the unidentified persons for allegedly receiving fake notes. Axis, ICICI, HDFC, Kotak Mahindra, IDBI, Standard Chartered, HSBC, Yash, IDFC, Indusind, Corporation, Equitas Small, AU Small, Gujarat State Co, Kalupur Co. And a total of 2052 notes from the RBI to the rate of Rs 2000 to Rs 10 have been found to be fake. From July to September, fake notes were deposited in banks’ deposits. Notably, bank deposits have been deposited in children’s play, as well as torn-in notes.

According to the complaint, most fake notes were found in private banks. In which 912 fake notes were found from ICICI Bank, 462 from Axis Bank, 317 from HDFC and 127 from Kotak Mahindra Bank. Banks’ payments included fake currency notes of Rs 5,41,150 in 2000, 123, 500, 235, 200, 185, 100, 1314, 50, 181, 20, 6 and 10, respectively.