government made a big statement in Parliament about the closure of the 2000 rupee note!

Minister of State for Finance and Corporate Affairs (Anurag Thakur) Anurag Singh Thakur has said that no one should panic about this. The government has no plan to discontinue the 2000 rupee note.
new Delhi. Anurag Singh Thakur, Minister of State for Finance and Corporate Affairs, Anurag Singh Thakur, has denied reports of the closure of the 2000 rupee note on social media. Anurag Singh Thakur has said that no one should panic about this. In response to a question in the Rajya Sabha, he said, 'The government has no plans to close the Rs 2,000 note at present. A message is going viral on social media, in which it is being claimed that from December 31, 2019, 2 thousand rupee notes are going to stop. So let us tell you that the two thousand rupee note is not going to stop, nor is the 1 thousand rupee note going to the market. These things happening on the new note are just a rumor.

This question asked about 2000 rupee note-SP MP Vishmbhar Prasad Nishad had asked that black money has increased by bringing 2000 rupee notes. People have the impression that you are going to reintroduce a 1000 rupee note to replace a 2000 rupee note.

The Minister of State for Finance gave this answer - In response to the question asked by SP's Vishmbhar Prasad Nishad, Thakur said that the decision to demonetization was taken to eliminate black money, to deal with the problem of fake currency, to end the funding of terrorism. In addition to this, it was decided to convert the digital non-formal economy into the formal economy and to promote digitization to make India a low cash economy.

>> In response to the supplementary question related to the shortage of notes in the economy by this decision, it said that on November 4, 2016, notes of Rs 17741.87 billion were in circulation, its volume increased to Rs 22356.48 billion on December 2, 2019.

>> Based on the annual report of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the minister said, as on 31 March 2019, circulation of Rs 2,000 notes is 31.18 percent of total notes circulation. >> The circulation of total notes is worth Rs 21,109 billion and the value of Rs 2,000 notes is Rs 6,582 billion.

>> Based on the annual report of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the minister said, as on 31 March 2019, circulation of Rs 2,000 notes is 31.18 percent of total notes circulation.

, the message of the closing of 2000 rupee notes went viral on social media - a user tweeted, writing, 'After December 31, 2019, 2 thousand rupee notes will not be changed. With this message, the user has also shared a link to a news website.

>> Let us tell you that nothing has been revealed from the notification section of RBI that no such order has been issued.

>> 2 thousand rupee note is legal tender and all the things being spread about its closure are mere rumors.

>> In October, in response to an RTI, it was definitely revealed that the RBI has stopped the printing of 2 thousand rupee notes.

>>According to media reports, the government had taken this step to prevent any disturbances from happening.

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