November 28, 2021

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Is there another chance for RBI to exchange old Rs 500-1000 notes?

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In this era of Corona epidemic, people are spending more time on mobiles, internet, laptops, etc. In smartphones, the whole world has somehow come under our control. A lot of information is spreading fast on mobile and internet. If the information is correct then it is good to reach as many people as possible but if the same information is incorrect then it is a big problem. If misinformation or misinformation or a rumor spreads rapidly to more people, it becomes very difficult for the government and the system to deal with them, refute them and give the right information to the people. Now look, it has been more than 4 years since the denomination, but one of the related information is going viral on social media these days. Has gone However, this facility is for special people like foreign tourists.

It is pertinent to note that there is a well-typed information about this in the letterhead format of the country’s central bank, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). A letter is going viral on social media. According to information published on the so-called RBI letterhead, the government is giving another chance to replace the old notes that were closed at the time of denomination in 2016. It is being said that the last date for exchange of old notes, which were closed in denomination, has been extended. This facility is for foreign tourists.

Let us know that the old Rs.500 and Rs.1000 notes were discontinued in November 2016. Later, new 500 notes were issued, while the 1000 note was discontinued. The Press Information Bureau (PIB), a government information agency, has a fact-finding team investigating viral rumors and fake information. And takes information from the government or system and tells the truth about it.

PIBFactCheck’s team tweeted that the viral information was false. That is, no time limit has been extended for the exchange of old notes which have been blocked in the denomination. As far as foreign nationals are concerned, PIB has said in its tweet that the last date for exchange of Indian notes for foreign nationals is 2017 Was gone. It is clear that the letter that is going viral on social media is fake. The country has become a history of denomination and there is no question of extending the deadline for exchanging old Rs 500-1000 notes. This claim has been proved false in the investigation.

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