New Delhi. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued a notification saying that Rs 2,000 notes will no longer be printed. Actually, the government has decided to exclude this note from economic transactions. After which now the same question is arising in the mind of the people that what will happen to the 2 thousand notes that we have now? RBI has made it clear by issuing guidelines in this context that what will happen to the existing Rs 2,000 note kept with you? So let us tell you that by coming 30th September, you can return it to any local bank and get another note instead. It is believed that the government has taken this step with the aim of attacking black money.
On the other hand, after this decision of the government, people who have a large amount of black money will definitely get a big blow from this. Although RBI has issued proper guidelines in this context and appealed to the people not to pay attention to any kind of rumours. On the other hand, those who have 2 thousand notes now, they do not need to panic, but let us tell you that if you do not exchange the 2 thousand note kept with you from any bank before September 30, then later its value will be zero. Will happen In other words, it will turn into a mere piece of paper. Therefore, it becomes necessary for you to get it exchanged from any local bank before the coming 30th September.
On the other hand, reaction has also come from the Congress side on this decision of the government. Tell that Congress leader Jairam Ramesh said on this decision of the government that the specialty of our self-proclaimed world guru. First act, second thought (Fast). The Rs 2000 notes introduced with such fanfare after the disastrous Tughlaqi decree of 8 November 2016 are now being withdrawn. At the same time, no response has been shared by the government in this context so far. Now what is the reaction of the government on this and what steps are taken in the future. Everyone’s eyes will be fixed on this.
Typical of our self-styled Vishwaguru. First Act, Second Think (FAST).
2000 rupee notes introduced with such fanfare after that singularly disastrous Tughlaqi firman of Nov 8 2016 are now being withdrawn.https://t.co/gPjY07iKID
— Jairam Ramesh (@Jairam_Ramesh) May 19, 2023