RBI withdraws Rs 2000: RBI has taken a big decision regarding the largest currency note Rs 2000 note. According to the Reserve Bank, the 2000 rupee note will remain legal tender, but has taken it out of circulation. RBI withdraws Rs 2000 The Reserve Bank of India has advised the country’s banks to stop issuing Rs 2000 notes with immediate effect.
End all speculations on 2000 currency note, RBI announced to stop circulation of 2000 note, circulation stop will also remain in circulation, all 2000 note existing in the market will be valid
The Reserve Bank has taken this decision under the ‘Clean Note Policy’. After the demonetisation in 2016, the Reserve Bank issued a 2000 rupee note.
The Reserve Bank of India has today announced that it will Rs. 2000 note will withdraw. However, the bank also said that the validity of this note has not been canceled and it will continue as a legal tender.
RBI withdraws Rs 2000: Big decision of RBI will withdraw this note, 2000 note will be withdrawn
RBI issues notes
RBI; Currently, the Reserve Bank is releasing 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 2000 rupee notes in the market. PM Modi demonetized Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes on 8 November 2016. In return, new notes of 2000 and 500 rupees were issued.
The purpose of issuing the new notes was that the new notes would spread across the country as soon as possible, but currently very few Rs 2000 notes are appearing in the market. According to information received from RBI, the share of Rs 2000 notes in circulation across the country has reduced to just 13.8 percent by March 31, 2022.