4 held in train with Rs9.4m fake currency notes



Staff Reporter

The Railways Police claimed to have apprehended four suspects, carrying counterfeit Pakistani currency notes worth Rs9.4 million in a Lahore-bound Karachi train on Sunday.

According to Railways police, the suspects were traveling in Lahore-bound Shah Hussain Express when the police, on suspicion, examined their baggage.

“During a search, the police found a chemical used in making counterfeit currency notes,” they said, adding that fake currency notes worth over Rs9.4 million were also recovered from their possession.

The police said that a case has been registered against the four suspects and more revelations are expected to emerge as authorities investigate the suspects.

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