RS. 2000 Note Withdrawal 2023,Discover the latest update on withdraw of notes. Explore the reasons behind this decision, its impact on cash transactions, and the potential implications for the economy. Stay informed about the ongoing changes and developments related to the Rs. 2000 note withdrawal.
Rs.2000 Note Withdrawal News Update:
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has considered banks to stop issuing Rs. 2000 custody with immediate effect. The announcement followed a attention on Friday that the RBI has decided to withdraw the Rs 2,000 note from circulation. Please carry this blog for updates. In response to the
RBI’s order to withdraw Rs. 2000 notes, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said it was not a Rs 2000 deceit but a $1 billion “fraud” for 1 billion Indians.
So it wasn’t ₹2000 dhamaka but a billion dollar dhoka to a billion Indians . Wake up my dear brothers and sisters. The suffering we have endured due to demonetisation can’t be forgotten and those who inflicted that suffering shouldn’t be forgiven.— Mamata Banerjee (@MamataOfficial) May 19, 2023
Another note ban by @narendramodi.— Siddaramaiah (@siddaramaiah) May 19, 2023
Sad that the @BJP4India govt does not have clarity about their own policies.
Why did they introduce ₹2,000 notes in 2016 if they had plans to ban it?
This is BJP's desperate attempt to divert the attention from their failures.#NoteBan pic.twitter.com/YHQ4jDZSV8
He also tweeted to the Saffron Party, “If they had business to ban Rs 2,000 notes when they were discharged in 2016? This is an achievement by the BJP to bypass reasoning about not accomplishing it.” asked.
As expected, the government/RBI have withdrawn the Rs 2000 note and given time until September 30 to exchange the notes— P. Chidambaram (@PChidambaram_IN) May 19, 2023
The Rs 2000 note is hardly a popular medium of exchange. We said this in November 2016 and we have been proved correct
The Rs 2000 note was a band-aid to…