Assistant commissioner M. Bhaskaran arrested those printers before fake currencies circulate to the public. Also informed that the public should be aware of fake currency
Coimbatore City Police Arrested Fake Currency Printers Today: Fake currency has never gone in ages. Today in Coimbatore city near Saravanampatty area, three people arrested for printing fake currencies.
In the year 2016, the Indian government introduced new currency notes in Rs. 2000, Rs. 500, Rs. 200, Rs. 100 and Rs. 50 with a new color tone after demonetization.
It’s hard to identify fake and real currency, Today more than Rs. 3 Lakhs value fake currency notes captured from three persons called Kithar Mohammed, Mahendran and Suriyakumar with Desktop inkjet printer and lamination machine.
Fake currency printouts are taken in standard A4 size white paper and laminated using ID card lamination machine. They have printed old Rs. One hundred notes currency and new Rs. 2000 notes, Rs 200 notes, and Rs. 500 notes, Photos included as taken.
After receiving information from a verified source, Assistant commissioner M. Bhaskaran arrested those printers before fake currencies circulate to the public. Also, informed that the public should be aware of fake currencies and never do money exchanges to strangers in public.