Fake $1 Million Note Sold For PKR 100 Million In Cash-Strapped Pakistan

A counterfeit $1 million note was sold for a whopping PKR 100 million to a trader in cash-strapped Pakistan’s Muzaffargarh district.

According to reports, the trader was tricked by three fraudsters in the Kot Addu tehsil and was given the fake $1 million note along with the supporting documents.

The petrol pump owner was sold the fake note for PKR 100 million, while the three accused got an advance of PKR 0.8 million before fleeing.

Let’s take a look at how the IMF policies caused Pakistan’s economic crisis. Its stabilization programs have failed to put the nation on a sustainable course despite 22 attempts.

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