<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Fake currency with a face value of Rs one lakh in Rs 2000 denomination notes was seized by BSF personnel from the Indo-Bangladesh international border in south Salmara district of Assam. Based on intelligence inputs regarding infiltration of Bangladeshi FICN (Fake Indian Currency Notes) racketeers from the area under Border Out Posts (BOPs) of 174 battalion of BSF, the troops carried out a special operation there at Khagrachar village yesterday. BSF Guwahati Frontier, Dhubri also took part in the operation. The BSF observed movement of suspected persons near the international boundary at Charland (riverine area) and tried to apprehend them. But the men ran away to the Bangladesh side leaving behind a bag containing the 50 fake notes of Rs 2000 denomination and other items. The seized FICN has been handed over to Sukhchar police station for further legal action after lodging an FIR, the BSF spokesman said. The Guwahati Frontier personnel also seized 49 cattle valued at approximately Rs 4.40 lakh on the intervening night of April 22 and April 23, the BSF spokesman added.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

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FICN worth Rs 1 lakh seized from Indo-Bangla border in Assam