On the night of September 19, as per India Today, Laal Mohammad, a 55-year-old man who allegedly ran a counterfeit Indian currency ring out of Nepal at the behest of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate (ISI), was shot and killed in Kathmandu.
India Today reported that he was the “biggest supplier of ISI’s counterfeit notes in India,” citing “intel agencies.”
The alleged counterfeiter attempts to hide behind his car, but the two attackers shoot him to death and go away.
According to a report in India Today, Laal Mohammad allegedly brought fake money into India from Pakistan via Bangladesh and Nepal.
It stated that in additional to his connection to the ISI, he was also suspected of being linked to the D-Company, the crime syndicate run by Mumbai bomber Dawood Ibrahim that was in charge of the horrific explosions in 1993.