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BREAKING NEWS 31 मार्च के बाद रद्दी हो जाएंगे

Hemant Parikh at 09:36 PM - Jan 22, 2014 ( ) Views: 1,598

मुंबईः भारतीय रिजर्व बैंक ने आज कहा कि एक अप्रैल 2014 के बाद वर्ष 2005 से पहले के सभी बैंक नोट प्रचलन में नहीं रहेंगें और इसके बाद लोगों को बैंक से पुराने नोटो को बदलना होगा। रिजर्व बैंक ने आज यहां जारी बयान में कहा कि 31 मार्च 2014 के बाद वर्ष 2005 से पहले के सभी बैंक नोट का प्रचलन बंद कर दिया जाएगा। उन सभी नोट को रिजर्व बैंक वापस लेगा। उसने कहा है कि इसके बाद लोगों को पुराने नोट को बदलने के लिए बैंक जाना होगा और अगले आदेश तक यह प्रक्रिया जारी रहेगी।


उसने कहा है कि पुराने नोट की पहचान आसानी से की जा सकती है। नोट के पिछले भाग में मुद्रण वर्ष अंकित होता है। रिजर्व बैंक ने यह भी स्पष्ट किया है कि वर्ष 2005 से पहले जारी सभी नोट वैध बने रहेंगे। इसके मद्देनजर बैंकों को पुराने नोट बदलने की अनिवार्यता होगी। केन्द्रीय बैंक ने कहा कि हालांकि एक जुलाई 2014 के बाद 500 और एक हजार के 10 से अधिक नोट को बदलने के लिए लोगों को बैंक के समक्ष पहचान और आवास के प्रमाण प्रस्तुत करने होंगे। रिजर्व बैंक ने लोगों से इसके लिए अफ्रातफ्री का माहौल नहीं बनाने की अपील करते हुए कहा है कि बैंक नोट का वापस लेने की प्रक्रिया में लोगों को सहयोग करना चाहिए।



From: HEMANT PARIKH at 09:49 PM - Jan 22, 2014( )


MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank today said that since April 2014, before the year 2005, all the bank notes in circulation remain and then the old ones Noto bank has to change. The Reserve Bank said in a statement today after 2005 and before March 31, 2014 will be closed all bank note circulation. Note that you will return to the Reserve Bank. She then people would go to the bank to replace the old notes and the process will continue until further orders.

He easily identify the old notes can be done. Note the last part of the year is marked printing. The Reserve Bank has also clarified that all notes issued before 2005 will remain valid. Given the inevitability of banks will change old notes. The Central Bank said that since July 2014, more than 10 notes of 500 and a thousand people to the bank to change you have to provide proof of identity and residence.



From: HEMANT PARIKH at 09:58 PM - Jan 22, 2014( )


Asking people not to panic and cooperate in the withdrawal process, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said old notes will continue to be legal and can be exchanged in any bank after April 1. 

"From April 1, 2014, the public will be required to approach banks for exchanging these notes. Banks will provide exchange facility for these notes until further communication," the RBI said. 

From July 1, 2014, persons seeking exchange of more than 10 pieces of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes will have to furnish proof of identity and residence to the bank. 

Although the RBI did not give any reason for withdrawal of pre-2005 currency notes, the move is expected to unearth black money held in cash. 

As the new currency notes have added security features, they would help in curbing the menace of fake currency

At present, currency notes in denominations of Rs 5, Rs 10, Rs 20, Rs 50, Rs 100, Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 are issued.


http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/Reserve-Bank-to-withdraw-all-pre-2005-currency-notes-from-circulation/articleshow/29211911.cms


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Hemant Parikh at 10:31 AM - Jan 23, 2014 ( )

From July 1, 2014,

persons seeking exchange

of

more than 10 pieces

of

Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes

will

have to furnish

proof of identity

and

residence

to

the

bank.

Durga Prasad at 10:21 AM - Jan 23, 2014 ( )

nothing happens,

1. in coming elections black money which is lying with politicians will be distributed for votes purchasing. - which is due in april/may 14

2. automatically on an average voters who take money might not get 10 notes of 500/1000, which they use for purchasing, even if they keep later they can exchange in bank

3. in the other way RBI is indirectly helping netas to distribute the black money, which might be in huge.

4. this elections there will more distribution of money for purchasing votes.

Hemant Parikh at 09:27 AM - Jan 23, 2014 ( )

 that all notes issued before 2005 will remain valid.

MEANS U CANNOT USE THIS NOTE FOR PAYMENT AFTER 31ST MARCH

ONLY

BANK WILL ACCEPT AND CHANGE IT

Ahmed Jariwala at 09:20 AM - Jan 23, 2014 ( )

Hemant bhai ,

can you explain following point ,in detail as mention below,taken from your article

 

  He easily identify the old notes can be done. Note the last part of the year is marked printing. The Reserve Bank has also clarified that all notes issued before 2005 will remain valid.

Ahmed.

 

 

Pawan Tayal at 07:49 AM - Jan 23, 2014 ( )

WHAT IS GOVT DOING AT ELECTION TIME

Dhiraj Sinha at 12:51 AM - Jan 23, 2014 ( )

good 4 economy,thanks HEMANT JI

Kalpesh Patel at 09:58 PM - Jan 22, 2014 ( )

as per news channel

it will work after july also but have to provide id 

Dilip Nilekar at 09:53 PM - Jan 22, 2014 ( )

Excellent Info Dear Hemantbhai.

Ashu A at 09:49 PM - Jan 22, 2014 ( )

VERY VALUABLE INFORMATION TO ONE AND ALL

Sila Ky at 09:45 PM - Jan 22, 2014 ( )

Dear sir, Translate in english

Parsuvanath Jain at 09:43 PM - Jan 22, 2014 ( )

It is Good

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