Currency Note Latest News: After the demonetisation news across the country, many types of news are coming out regarding currency notes. If you have also kept the notes deposited in your house, then a big information has come out from the Finance Minister.
The Finance Ministry has issued a circular. Once again the ministry has been questioned in the Parliament that how much the value of currency notes has increased after demonetisation… Along with this, the government has also made a big disclosure regarding the notes of 500 and 2000 rupees.
The Ministry has given the information
in the reply received from the Ministry of Finance that after demonetisation there has been an increase in the value of currency notes. How much circulation of digital currency e-rupee has taken place till 28 February 2023.
RBI released the report
According to the annual report (banknotes and coins) of the Reserve Bank of India, the circulation of currency in the year 2017 was Rs 13,35, 200 crore. It is 8.7 percent in proportion to GDP. In March 2018, currency worth Rs 18 lakh 21 thousand 318 crore was in circulation. This is 10.7 percent in proportion to GDP. In March 2019, 21 lakh 36 thousand 746 crore currency was in circulation.
The post is going viral on social media, let us tell you that these days a post is going viral on social media, in which information is being given that the facility of exchange of old notes of 500-1000 for foreign nationals has been further extended. Has gone. After seeing this post, there has been panic among the people.
Demonetisation took place on 8 November
Let us tell you that on 8 November 2016 Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced demonetisation in the country. After this, the currency of 500 and 1000 rupees was banned in the country from midnight on the same day. However, after this people were allowed to exchange notes from the bank.