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RBI bans Rs 2000 notes, Zomato reacts

Zomato made a funny comment on the ban on 2000 notes.

Zomato made a funny comment on the ban on 2000 notes.

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has announced the withdrawal of Rs 2000 notes issued after the demonetisation of 2016. The change is reminiscent of the sudden change of 2016, when the central government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi withdrew 86% of the economy’s currency overnight. However, 2000 notes present in the market will remain in circulation. The Reserve Bank of India has advised banks to stop issuing Rs 2,000 notes. RBI said that these notes will remain in circulation till 30 September. Those who currently have 2000 rupee notes, they should exchange it from the bank. September 30 has been fixed as the last day for exchange of bank notes.

As soon as the news came, people started posting various messages, memes and funny photos on Twitter. Some are taunting about demonetisation, while many people are praising PM Modi. Twitter is flooded with mixed reactions to both of these. Meanwhile, food delivery app Zomato has also given its reaction on Twitter regarding the ban on 2000 note.

Zomato responded

Zomato has tried to show the perspective of people of all age groups, if someone asks them how to exchange 2000 note. Zomato wrote that if the child is asked, he will tell that he will have to go to the bank. If asked to an adult, he will say order cash on delivery and give 2000 note. If the old man is asked, he will say that he never had a 2000 note.

people are making funny comments

Many people are commenting funny on this tweet of Zomato. One user wrote, not only the elderly, we have also not seen the 2000 note for many days. A user named Neeraj wrote that we don’t even order online, we just go to the restaurant and pay the bill after cleaning the plates.

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