Containers of fake currency caught at Nhava sheva port.

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Fake Currency notes captured

Some of major news channels had reported about the news with regards to seizure 8 containers of fake currency notes in Nhava Sheva port in Chennai. The news reports that-

The raids began on Friday evening after DRI officials received a tip-off that counterfeit currency, including the new Rs 500 and Rs 2000 denomination notes, had arrived in the country. DRI officials are currently searching Chennai, Tughlakabad, Kanpur, Kolkata and Mumbai after receiving the tip-off.

Our Analysis – This news has been reported by top new channels –

http://www.newindianexpress.com/nation/2017/mar/18/large-consignments-of-fake-currencies-reached-indian-shores-dri-blocks-outbound-cargo-in-chennai-po-1582849.html

http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/raids-at-chennai-port-to-combat-smuggling-of-fake-currency-into-india/story-7EAQB5XMGxDM7cmIvqTajJ.html

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/custom-officials-directed-not-to-clear-consignments-on-suspicions-of-fake-currency-contraband/articleshow/57709191.cms

After reading the articles posted in the above news sites, the readers can judge that something was reported about the involvement of some suspicious material, but nothing was mentioned about the fake currency notes.

Conclusion – It is fake news, as there is no evidence to prove it



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