RBI big update – Two thousand rupee note has been taken out of circulation by RBI. In such a situation, now big news is coming out regarding 500 and 1000 rupee notes. The viral letter claims that RBI has further extended the facility for foreign nationals to exchange Indian demonetized currency notes…
Currency Note Latest News: After the demonetization across the country, many types of news are coming out regarding 500 and 1000 rupee notes. If you too had not changed the notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 at that time, then now you have another chance… Big information is coming out from RBI (Reserve Bank of India). Do you still have old notes at home? If yes then let us know what the government has said.
A letter from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is becoming increasingly viral on social media. This letter is about exchanging old notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000. It has been claimed in the viral letter that RBI has further extended the facility for foreign citizens to exchange Indian demonetized currency notes.
What is the truth –
When this post was investigated, considering its seriousness, the Fact Check team of Press Information Bureau (PIB Fact Check) investigated the matter and brought out the truth. PIB has fact checked this viral post. PIB Fact Check said, the claim of further extending the facility of exchange of old Rs 500-1000 notes for foreign citizens is fake.
Tweeting about this claim which is going viral on social media, he said that the facility to exchange Indian demonetized currency notes for foreign citizens has ended in 2017. No such order has been issued regarding exchange of 500 and 1000 rupee notes.