Noida News : 2000 rupee notes have started changing from Tuesday. A total of Rs 10 crore has been exchanged in Gautam Buddha Nagar on the first day. There was not much crowd in the banks on the first day. It is believed that this time there will be no crowd in the banks like last time demonetisation, but still the banks have made all their preparations.
A total of 10 crore rupees were exchanged on the first day.
Separate counters have been set up to exchange Rs 2,000 notes in banks located in Noida and Greater Noida. On Tuesday, a total of Rs 10 crore was changed in all the banks of Gautam Budh Nagar on the first day. Whereas, the banks had estimated to change Rs 40 crore on the first day. There was not much rush in the banks either. Some people have also criticized the Modi government while depositing money in the bank.
RBI made changes
Let us tell you that ‘Demonetisation’ happened in the year 2016. At that time, 500 and 1000 rupee notes were discontinued and a new 500 note and a new 2000 rupee note were launched. Now again a big change has been made by RBI. While making the information public on May 19, 2023, the RBI said that now the Rs 2000 note is being banned in the country. Along with this, RBI has also given the last date for depositing Rs 2000 note.
what to do if you have 2000 note
RBI said that 2000 rupee notes have been banned, but if you have them then you will have to go to the bank and get them changed. You can get these notes exchanged by going to the bank. According to the RBI, the Rs 2,000 note has been withdrawn from circulation, but will remain legal tender. The last date for depositing in the bank has been fixed by RBI as of September 30.
Printing machine stopped in 2019
The Rs 2000 note was brought under section 24(1) of the RBI Act 1934. These notes were introduced due to the currency requirement after the old 500 and 1000 rupee notes were demonetised. After that, in the year 2019, the printing machine for printing 2000 rupee notes was stopped.
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