In the basement of a nondescript factory on the capital’s periphery, a group of migrant labourers were busy churning out brand new Rs 5 and Rs 10 coins, when Delhi Police raided the area in October. The operation, in Bawana’s industrial area, had been on for the last six months, during which thousands of fake coins had been minted.
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