The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has filed FIRs against the managers of six prominent banks here after seizing fake currency worth Rs 3,67,190 from them, official sources today said.

In the last five days, counterfeit currencies were recovered from State Bank of India, Gwal Toli branch (Rs 18,900), Union Bank of India, Sarvodaya Nagar (Rs 1,8,560), Punjab National Bank (Rs 1,26,400), UCO Bank, Armapur branch (Rs 48,550), Central Bank of India, Phoolbagh (Rs 7,800) and Central Bank of India, Phoolbagh (Rs 57,430).

A case has been registered against the managers of these banks at various police stations.

Few days ago, RBI had warned the banks here of strict action if fake currencies were found in their ATMs or branches.