#Demonatiosation Part || : NIA arrests absconder from Mamata's Malda for procuring huge quantity of Fake Currency Notes
 Source : News Bharati English  Date : 18-Nov-2016

Malda, November 18: It was a clear message from Prime Minister Narendra Modi against the fake currency merged into Indian economy, has the 'killer radical terrorists' as its prime beneficiaries. The first step taken was to wipe out entire currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 from the Indian economy which rose by 40% between 2011 and 2016, the increase in the number of notes of Rs.500/- denomination was 76% and for Rs.1,000/- denomination was 109% during this period.

Now the security agencies are taking simultaneous steps to capture and destroy the unholy nexus on Indian borders which pumped the fake currency in India from India's troubling neighbours and they spy agencies.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) arrested one Tahir Sk @ Tahir Sekh, Aged around 34 years, a resident of Village Daulapur, Baishnabnagar from the Malda district of West Bengal which cosist the constituency of WB Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee.

The arrest was made on 11.11.2016 from Malda in connection with NIA Case No- RC-06/2015/NIA/DLI on the strength of a Non- Bailable Warrant of Arrest.

The said accused person was involved in the conspiracy for procurement of huge quantity of High-Quality Fake Indian Currency Notes, through the Indo- Bangladesh.

Mamata's Malda, the fake currency capital of India

Malda is termed and is famous as India's fake currency capital.
So much is done under the nose of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee who despite of taking any action of the serious threat to the national security and economny is shalelessly laeding the #stopdemonetization brigade against the Governmenet decision hailed globally and by citizen of India. “I have said this before, but given the way the young, old and everyone are suffering, I again appeal to the Central government to withdraw this 'black' political decision which is anti-commoner. Markets across India have been ruined, purchasing power is crashing, and people are at pain,” Banerjee tweeted.
But according to security forces, the trans-border trade in fake currency is done mostly along the fenced border. Picking spots where vigil is slack, couriers from Bangladesh toss up the consignments in plastic packets for their counterparts on the Indian side to pick up. According to media report, the movement is done in chains. From the point of origin of the consignment in Bangladesh to the destination in Kaliachawk, there would be no less than 20 to 25 couriers in each chain. Each person in the chain normally covers a distance of 100 meters to hand over the consignment to the next one in the chain. It is an intricate network and very difficult to trap and dismantle.
The fake notes then make their way across the country in various ways, the most prolific method being through syndicates dealing with the construction business in states like Pune, Maharastra, Delhi, Chennai, Bengaluru and Kerala. Construction workers from Malda and Murshidabad, another district in West Bengal, have often been used as couriers of fake currency to other states. In April 2014, the Pune police arrested a resident of Malda with fake Indian currency valued at Rs 1,96,000, which had been sourced from Kaliachawk. In December 2015, the Special Operations Group of the Mumbai crime branch arrested two brothers from Murshidabad with fake notes worth Rs 8,00,000.
The police claimed the arrested men had admitted they had delivered around Rs 1.5 crore in fake currency to Delhi, Gujarat and Maharashtra in the last two years. In 2014 and 2015, 150 cases of fake currency seizures across the country had their origin in Kaliachawk. Such seizures – often said to be the tip of the iceberg – registered a sharp spike in these two years.
According to official statistics, fake currency seized in the South Bengal Frontier, including Malda, totalled Rs 3.6 lakhs in 2012, Rs 80.9 lakhs in 2013, Rs 1.7 crores in 2014, Rs 2.6 crores in 2015 and Rs 1.3 crores this year till October. Officials said there had been a slump in the trade since the terror attack on a café in Dhaka in July.
Is Mamta fully aware of the Fake Currency networka and shielding them?
Is Mamata's Muslim vote bank politics compelling her to attack Modi's demonetisation drive?

International Border at Daulatpur area under the limits of Baishnabnagar PS, Dist. Malda, having a face value of Rs 64,65,000/- on 07.05.2015, which was intercepted by a team of BSF deployed in the border area.

NIA informs that an earlier investigation into the case revealed that the arrested accused person was a member of the FICN network involved in the transnational procurement of High-Quality FICNs through smuggling and distribution/ pumping the same into the Indian economy.

The said accused person was avoiding the arrest and a Non- bailable Warrant of Arrest was issued by the Ld. Spl. NIA Court, Kolkata, for his direct involvement in the procurement of High-Quality FICNs in the instant case. The Court had sent the arrested accused person to police remand till 19 November.