Whenever a new currency note has come in our country, all of us have gathered it with great interest. As such, with notes of 2000 and 500 rupees, during notebooks, all of us took selfies and put them in our own wallet with big savings. After this, we also did the same with the notes of 200 and 50 rupees in the market, which we had done earlier with notes of 2000 and 500 rupees. Even after coming into circulation in the market smoothly, there are many people who have kept the new notes with great care till today.
The bank will not deposit the notes of 2000 and 200 rupees –
But after hearing the news that we are going to tell you, all your consciousness will fly away. Let us know that RBI (Reserve Bank of India) has issued orders that new notes of 2000 and 200 rupees will not be changed or changed in banks. RBI has said in simple words that if the notes of 2000 and 200 rupees get dirty due to any reason, the bank will neither deposit nor change them.
Learn what is refund rules-
Let us note that RBI’s note refund rules are exchanged for mutilated or old notes. And refund rules come under Section 28 of the RBI Act. This act of RBI has been discussed in the currency notes of 5 rupees, 10 rupees, 50 rupees, 100 rupees, 500 rupees, 1,000 rupees, 5,000 rupees and 10,000 rupees notes. So, there is no mention of notes of 200 and Rs 2,000 anywhere in this Act. The shocking thing is that till now the RBI and the Indian government have not made any changes to the provisions related to the note exchange.
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