Financial Terrorism,via Middle East

via HK Correspondent published on June 2, 2006

Counterfeit currencies were always a way for our enemies from outside and inside to Destabilize the nation.


In the Middle East countries, agents of ISI are selling out counterfeit Indian currencies (denomination 500) for very low rates, if you pay 20,000 in foriegn currencies, you will be provided with 1,00,000 in Indian currency. Though Pakistanis are the main agents, there are Indian and Bangladeshis acting as agents in the distribution. There are people who have collected up to 5,00,000 of the counterfeit and passed them to India. 


In the book`Maximum City’ written by Mr.Suketu Mehta (an American Indian) explains more on Financial terrorism sponsored by Pakistan against India. Indian currencies are being printed in a press outside Islamabad and are being sent to India through Nepal using the land route.   In Mumbai, the notes are exchanged at a rate of 5,00,000 for 3,50,000. The nexus that Maoist groups in Nepal and the ISI have been maintaining for causing disturbances in the Indian continent is very clear from this report alone .

 

So, the war has not been let out in the form of Millitant terrorism alone. It is aimed at to dismantle the economical, social, political and national security fronts. Unfortunately, in spite of having awareness about things happening around us, the government is busy dividing people in the basis of caste and religion,Rising the petroleum price for the 5th time in two years, Passing a bill in the parliament with retrospective effect to protect those who have no respect for the Constitution etc. The British used to say `Lord Save the Queen’. But in secular India, to which Lord one could turn and seek protection?

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