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How the ink of fake currency is reached to the isi of pakistan ???

Asked by SURYAKANT, 13 Aug '09 12:10 am
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The currency printing ink and papers are exported to Paksitan from European countries, similar to what is being given to India. We feel that a part of the consignment is being used by the ISI to print high quality FAKE INDIAN CURRENCY NOTE.

The government has already decided to take up the issue of fake Indian currency notes (FICN) with European countries, including Britain, which are exporting ink and currency paper to Pakistan from where most of the counterfeits originate.
The Swiss company supplies ink to the government for printing currency notes and it had earlier come under the scanner of the Intelligence Bureau after as it was found that it was selling to Pakistan the same currency ink that was sold to India.

The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence had last year seized about 450 kg of OVI Intaglio ink imported by SICPA, a leading provider of security inks and solutions for banknotes, on the grounds that the value of the ink far exceeded the value for which the duty free ...more
Answered by DR DINESH SHARMA, 13 Aug '09 12:12 am

 
  
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