September 9, 2009 1:30:45 pm
Border guards have arrested two Nepalese with fake currency worth Rs 40,000 in the town of Raxaul,Bihar,near the Indo-Nepal border.
Guards belonging to the Border Security Forces (BSF) arrested Shyam Kumar Shah and Azad Alam with Rs 40,000 in fake Indian Rupee notes in Raxaul on Tuesday.
The two revealed that they had been given the money by a person called Zubaid in the town of Birganj,Nepal just across the border to supply to somebody in Raxaul.
Tuesday’s arrest came as Nepal’s Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal assured India that Nepalese soil will not be used for smuggling fake Indian currency into India.
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