Kolkata, Mar 03 (ANI): Police in Kolkata city of West Bengal uncovered a racket of fake currency notes, with Indian currency amounting to more than rupees 100 million. Acting on a tip-off, police caught a man named Chandrashekar Jaiswal, a scrap dealer and found 200 notes of thousand Indian rupees in his possession. They suspected the currency of being fake and took Jaiswal to police station for interrogation. He added that based on the raids conducted, the person was found out to be an expert in making fake currency notes. The investigations are underway to find out as to how big this racket is and how many people are involved. This was the biggest seizure of fake currency notes in Kolkata so far. Other than currencies, dyes, chemicals and stamps were also seized which are required to make the fake currency. The police are yet to ascertain the value of seized currency notes of five other countries.