A total of 39,725 fake Indian currency notes (FICN) were seized from Gujarat in 2016, the second highest number of seizures among states, behind Delhi, where 1.4 lakh notes worth Rs5.65 cr were seized.As per the NCRB data, Gujarat seized the maximum number of fake notes of Rs 2000, with around 1,300 notes, followed by Punjab (548) and Karnataka (254).The Gujarat police registered a total of 68 complaints related to FICN in 2016, and a total of 83 accused were nabbed.Of the 39,725 fake notes seized, 1300 were of Rs2000 denomination, 11,706 were Rs1000 notes, 15,900 were Rs500 notes, 9,561 were of Rs100, 231 were of Rs50, 13 were of Rs20 and 14 were of Rs10 denomination.FAKE NOTE COUNT2.8L worth Rs15.92 cr seized across the country 2016 1.1L worth Rs5.65 cr: Delhi 39,725 worth Rs2.37 cr: Guj 32,869 worth Rs2.32 cr: West Bengal 14,541 worth Rs92L: AP 14,228 worth Rs80L: K’taka
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