LeT, syndicates behind fake currency circulation: Maken


"Available inputs indicate that high quality fake Indian currency notes are printed in a neighbouring country and pushed into India through neighbouring countries," Minister of State for Home Ajay Maken said in a written reply.
He said such inputs also indicate that Lashkar-e-Toiba activists, organised criminal networks and syndicates are reportedly involved in infusion and circulation of fake Indian currency notes (FICN) in the country.
"India's concerns on the printing and circulation of FICN are raised in the bilateral mechanisms established to address our security concerns," Maken said.
Fake Encounters: As many as 28 fake encounters have taken place across the country between April and July 22 this year, Maken said in reply to a separate question.
Of the 28 fake encounters, 11 have taken place in Uttar Pradesh, six in Uttarakhand and four in Manipur, he said. 

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