India to name Pakistan in fake currency racket
India has collected concrete evidence against Pakistan for its role in printing and circulating fake Indian currency notes (FICNs) and the matter will be raised before World Bank, IMF and Interpol.
A detailed dossier was being prepared incorporating the findings of various agencies like CBI and NIA which had over the years collected evidence, on how the FICNs were being printed at Quetta in Balochistan using sophisticated machines and currency papers which are actually meant for printing Pakistani currency notes.
India will first approach the International Financial Action Task Force for combating money laundering and terror financing. Then, New Delhi will name Islamabad at various international fora demanding action against Pakistan.