500 and 1000 notes were stopped immediately when demonetisation took place in the year 2016. Due to demonetisation people faced many difficulties, the government again put the 2000 note into circulation but yesterday the government announced that the circulation of the 2000 note has been stopped.
If you have a 2000 note then you don’t need to worry, you have up to four months to change the note. You can go to the bank and exchange two thousand notes but you can only exchange 10 notes at a time.
The Reserve Bank of India has issued a circular clarifying that the Rs 2000 notes will be withdrawn. RBI has also said that there is absolutely no need for common people to worry about this.
RBI has taken this decision under the clean note policy and these notes can be deposited in the bank till September 30. If you have 2000 note then don’t panic or worry.
The most important thing is that you go to the bank and deposit the note patiently, don’t queue, don’t pay attention to any rumours. The RBI has clarified that the rupee has not been devalued. A 2000 rupee note in your pocket is still 2000 rupees.
ગુજરાતી મા માહિતી વાંચવા – અહી ક્લિક કરો
The sentence signed by the Governor of the Reserve Bank of India ‘I hereby grant to the holder Rs. 2000 promise to pay’. will still be valid.