Bhopal After the note ban, once again the crowd of customers is being seen in the banks. A large number of people are reaching the banks to exchange and deposit 2000 notes. For which all the preparations issued by RBI have been done. Strict instructions have been given by RBI so that customers do not face any kind of problem. In continuation to this, facility has been started in 600 branches for exchange of notes in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. However, people have been given time till September 30 to exchange the notes. But still today being the first day there is a long queue of customers in the banks.
Notes being exchanged under ‘Clean Note Policy’
The central bank has said that it has decided to withdraw Rs 2,000 notes from circulation as part of its ‘clean note policy’. However, their validity will remain i.e. no one will be able to deny its transaction. Bank customers can deposit any amount of Rs 2,000 notes in their bank account, but if there is no account, then only Rs 2,000 notes worth Rs 20,000 can be exchanged at a time.
Know what is the rule for note deposit?
No special arrangement has been made for depositing 2000 notes. These notes will also be deposited in the same way as you used to deposit notes in banks earlier. PAN will be necessary for depositing 2000 notes of more than 50 thousand. This arrangement was there earlier also.
What is RBI’s appeal to the public
People have been given time till September 30 by RBI. So that I can easily change the notes. Customers can go to any bank to exchange notes. Along with this, RBI Governor Shakti Das Mahant said – Do not crowd the banks to change the notes, there is enough time. Most of the notes are expected to reach us by September 30. After September 30, it will be known how many notes have come and how many are in circulation.
Notes can also be changed here
2000 rupee notes can also be exchanged at regional offices of RBI. The central bank has 19 regional offices across the country. Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Belapur, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Jammu, Kanpur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nagpur, New Delhi, Patna and Thiruvananthapuram.