New Delhi. RBI has now decided not to print Rs 2,000 note. The central bank has issued a notification informing about this. In which it has been clarified that after September 30, Rs 2,000 note will be taken out of circulation. At the same time, after this step of the government, a lot of questions are arising in the minds of the people that after all, those who have 2 thousand notes, what will they have to do to get it converted into the bank? So let us tell you that the State Bank of India has issued a notification in this context about the whole process that how you can change the 2 thousand note in the bank, about which we will tell you everything further, but before that you Know that some people are looking at this move of the Central Government associating it with demonetisation, while RBI has already clarified in its notification that it is not demonetisation, but it is the only way to exclude a particular note from economic transactions. There is a decision.
At the same time, you can get the 2 thousand note kept with you till the coming 30th September. On the other hand, keep in mind that if you do not get this note changed by September 30, then this note kept with you will turn into a piece of paper. At the same time, let us now know in further detail how you can get this note changed.
Let us tell you that the State Bank has issued a proper notification in this context. In which it has been clarified that you can get 2 thousand notes changed from any branch of SBI. If you exchange up to 20 thousand notes, then you will not need any kind of notification. For this you just have to show an ID proof. Through which you can get 2 thousand note changed in any branch of SBI. On the other hand, there is also a doubt in the minds of many people that those who do not have a bank account, can they also exchange the 2000 note? So let us tell you that even if you do not have a bank account, you can get the notes changed. For this you just have to show ID proof.
Explain that the Center has decided not to print Rs 2,000 notes in order to curb black money. Earlier, the central government had done demonetisation for the purpose of curbing black money, which was openly opposed by the opposition. At the same time, even today the question is asked from the opposition that how much black money has come out due to demonetisation?