6 Lankans held with fake Indian currency

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NEW DELHI: Six Sri Lankan nationals were arrested at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) Airport on Wednesday for carrying fake Indian currency of Rs 28,000 face value.

"On questioning, it was found that four of them had already entered the terminal after purchasing tickets from Akbar Travels for Rs 45, 288," said Hemendra Singh, PRO, CISF. When Akbar Travels was asked to checked the notes, it was found that 26 notes of Rs 1,000 denomination were fake. (Source: The Times of India)

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