Govt to save Rs 1,500 cr from new note printing lines

New Delhi (TIP): The government is expected to save foreign exchange worth Rs 1,500 crore by commissioning two new bank paper lines in Hoshangabad and Mysore for indigenously printing Indian currency.

The New Bank Note Paper Line of 6,000 million tonnes (MT) capacity at Security Paper Mill
(SPM), Hoshangabad in Madhya Pradesh will be inaugurated tomorrow by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, while the Bank Note Paper Line in Mysore with 12,000 MT capacity is expected to be commissioned by the year end.

“The combined savings of foreign exchange from these two Bank Note projects will be about Rs 1,500 crore in the coming years,” a finance ministry said in a statement.

The production of the Bank Note paper from these two units will reduce the import considerably, it said.

This will also reduce possibility of diversion of the paper supplied by the foreign suppliers to the other destinations for the purpose of generating the fake currency, it said.

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