RBI governor has made a big announcement regarding the notes of 500 and 1000 rupees. He has cleared the matter regarding the speculation going on in the MPC meeting of RBI.
He told that 500 notes will not be closed. Nor will the printing of the closed Rs 1000 note start again. He said that the general public need not panic. At present, there is no plan of the Reserve Bank to close these 500 currency.
Let us tell you, during the press conference on the third day of RBI’s MPC meeting on Thursday, the Governor of Reserve Bank has spoken. There was speculation among the general public that the 500 note would also be banned. Which has been cleared by the RBI governor today.
What is the plan regarding Rs 500 note?
Thursday is going to be very special for the general public. The governor addressed the media after the monetary policy meeting of RBI. During this, while answering the questions of the media, he said that at present there is no plan of RBI to close the notes of 500 rupees. Let me tell you, recently the government has put 2000 pink notes out of circulation. After which about 50% 2000 notes have been deposited in banks.
What did RBI chief say about Rs 1000 note?
Ever since Rs 2000 notes have been taken out of circulation. The discussion of bringing back Rs 1000 notes was happening among the public. People felt that 1000 rupee notes can be brought in the market again. However, the RBI chief has put an end to these rumours. RBI Chief Shaktikanta Das said that at present there is no plan to bring back Rs 1,000 notes. People can easily exchange their 2000 notes by going to the bank, there is no need to be in a hurry.