Rs 2000 notes new update: Gradually 2000 rupee note is disappearing, where you will find it missing in ATM, as well as it is also less 2000 rupee notes are seen in the market. In such a situation, the same question is being raised everywhere that where has the 2000 rupee note disappeared? Obviously, in such a situation, many types of questions come in our mind that the government has not closed the note of 2000 rupees somewhere? Or the banks have been given any guidelines related to this. Today we are going to give you important information about this. This is the new update related to Rs 2000 note, tell that at present, instead of Rs 2000 note, Rs 500 and Rs 200 notes are coming out in large quantities from the ATMs of banks, in such a situation, Rs 2000 note has disappeared. On the other hand, it is being claimed in many reports that the preparation to remove the 2000 rupee note is almost done. Where the news is that SBI has issued guidelines to remove cassettes of Rs 2000 from its ATMs, but this news has not been confirmed yet.
What did the government say about the 2000 rupee note
Responding to this, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said on behalf of the government that no instructions have been given by the government to the banks for not filling the Rs 2000 notes in the automated teller machines. Along with this, he/she told that the banks themselves decide when and what kind of notes they have to put in ATMs.
What does the annual report of RBI say?
Let us tell you that according to the annual report of RBI this year, notes of Rs 2000 denomination have not been printed since the year 2019-20. Along with this, according to this report, the value of Rs 500 and Rs 2000 bank notes from the end of March 2017 to the end of March 2022 was Rs 9.512 lakh crore and Rs 27.057 lakh crore respectively.
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