RBI Rs 2000 Note Circulating on Twitter: So, this is the trending news on Twitter. Some pictures of Rs. 2000 banknote as said to be the official note printed by RBI are doing rounds on the social network. Though there is no official confirmation from RBI or the Government, Twitterati is going crazy by retweeting the pictures while some raise doubts on its originality. Are the leaked photos of the highest denomination original or hoax is the fact that is yet to be revealed.
Is this the Original Rs 2000 Note from RBI? Trending on Twitter Right Now
There are some pictures on Twitter os several bundles of notes in pink and white colors with a denomination of Rs 2000 Note printed on them. As the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is preparing to release the two thousand rupees notes soon, the leaked pictures of the same are raising the doubt that they may be the original notes which are leaked.
On the other hand, there are also doubts raised by the other Twitter users that the notes shown may be the fake ones as there is no such official confirmation given by RBI or any other Government official. Whatever may be the truth seems to be, these pictures of Rs. 2000 are doing rounds on the micro-blogging site and is in the list of latest trends.
Some previous news which was published a few weeks back said that the Reserve Bank had finished printing the notes and currency printing press in Mysuru and they were already being dispatched. As there is no official news either by RBI or the Government on the same, we can not take the information for granted.
As far as the denomination is concerned, the Rs 2000 Note that RBI will soon be releasing will take the place of the highest denomination for now. Earlier, the highest denomination of note printed by RBI has been the Rs 10,000 note way back in 1938 and then in 1954. For now, Rs. 1000 is being to be the highest denomination.
On the other hand, there have been some demands from certain quarters that both Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 denominations of banknotes be demonetised in order to prevent hoarding of black money. As of now, have a look at some of the tweets posted on Twitter until the originality of the notes is revealed.
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— APHerald (@apherald) November 7, 2016
— Happy Sharing By Dks (@DksKapil) November 6, 2016
— muniraja (@dandumuni) November 6, 2016
— rohan pandya (@rohanpandya) November 6, 2016
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