This is What RBI Has to Say About Old Rs100 Notes Going Out of Circulation by March


 Stopping theories in regards to the withdrawal of old cash notes of Rs 100, Rs 10 and Rs 5 from dissemination, the Reserve Bank of India explained over online media that the data is wrong. 


Taking to Twitter, the national bank composed, 'concerning reports in specific areas of media on withdrawal of old arrangement of ₹100, ₹10 and ₹5 banknotes from flow in not so distant future, it is explained that such reports are erroneous'. 


As of late, RBI had been standing out as truly newsworthy concerning a report that guaranteed it is intending to pull out the old arrangement of money notes by March or April of this current year. 


Such reports were likewise disregarded by the Press Information Bureau (PIB) expressing that the Reserve bank had made no such declaration. 


It was before declared by the Assistant General Manager (AGM) of the RBI B Mahesh at the District Level Security Committee Meeting that old cash notes of Rs 100, Rs 10, and Rs 5 will ultimately leave course just like the standard however they will stay legitimate delicate. 


New cash notes of 100 rupees were delivered by the RBI in 2019 in the shading lavender. While giving these new notes, the national bank had kept up that all Rs 100 banknotes gave before will likewise keep on being legitimate delicate.

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