[SPAM] RBI Scrapes Rs 2000 Notes And Introduces New Rs 1000 Notes


[SPAM] RBI Scrapes Rs 2000 Notes And Introduces New Rs 1000 Notes

The fake message regarding Rs 2000 notes and Rs 1000 notes is being shared with wrong captions on social media. Please read more about it in verification section of this article.

Post Information:

Below post has been circulating on social media.

Central Reserve Bank of India
Releasing new
Rs.1000/-notes on
1st January 2020
Reserve Bank taking back all the Rs.2000/-notes
You can only exchange Rs 50,000/-In 10 days. So, kindly start changing your 2000/-notes immediately
After10th October 2019 you cannot change Rs.2000 notes




Verification: RBI has not shared any such information

There is no such information on official RBI website. The message circulating on social media is fake. Please go through the links shared below to know the facts:

“There’s no notification from our side. All communications from the RBI appear on our website. Please don’t believe in rumours,” Yogesh Dayal, CGM, Department of Communication, RBI, was quoted by The Quint as saying.

Mr. Shaktikanta Das, Governor, Reserve Bank of India clarified this in his tweet. Check the link below:

Boom live debunked this, Please check the link below:

While we aware you with facts, read more about how to identify Rs 2000 note

Here are 17 identification marks found on the new Rs 2000 note:

1. The number 2000 can been seen clearly when held against light.

2. A hidden image of the numeral 2000 can be seen when held at a 45-degree angle.

3. The numeral 2000 is written in Devnagari script on the left hand side of Mahatma Gandhi’s portrait.

4. Portrait of Mahatma Gandhi in the centre.

5. Micro letter ‘RBI’ and ‘2000’.

6. On the colour-changing security thread one can read RBI, Bharat in Devnagari and the numeral 2000 using different viewing angles.

7. RBI Governor, Urijit Patel’s signature with promise clause and RBI emblem towards right.

8. Watermark of Mahatma Gandhi’s portrait and electrotype 2000 watermark

9. On the number panel, numerals growing small to big on top left and bottom right.

10. Denomination with rupee symbol in colour changing ink on bottom right.

11. Ashok Pillar emblem on the right.

12. Year of printing note.

13. Swachh Bharat logo with slogan.

14. Language panel towards centre.

15. Motif of Mangalyaan on the back of the note.

Special indications for visually-impaired users:

(Raised printing of Mahatama Gandhi portrait, Ashok pillar, bleed lines and identification mark.)

16. Horizontal rectangle with raised 2000 printing on the right

17. Seven raised angular bleed lines on the right and left side

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Post Date: 8 Oct 2019

Post ID: #73952

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