In spite of the fact that it’s been over two months that the Prime Minister declared the demonetisation of higher esteem money notes, individuals burdens of obtaining and utilizing the new Rs 500 and Rs 2,000 notes don’t appear to end. Ravi Handa, a Twitter user, shared a picture that shows a guy holding Rs. 500 note with its ink blurred.
Handa took to the picture to Twitter to caution individuals that the “New Notes won’t survive a round in the washing machine.”
Prior to January, ranchers in Madhya Pradesh got Rs 2,000 notes that did not have the picture of Mahatma Gandhi on them! Also, now it appears these notes may not make due in ‘testing waters’ either.
This thing has at least happened once in our lives, that we have given our clothes out in the laundry with the money in our pants or shirts’ pockets, yet the notes that have been returned were rarely blurred. As much as it is not fitting to think everything that flies up on the Internet, given the past occasions, this occurrence doesn’t come as astonishing either.
Supposedly, RBI utilizes high-security ink to print the money notes. As indicated by reports, the administration began printing the new notes in August-September a year ago, utilizing the printing office at Bharatiya Reserve Bank Note Mudran Private Ltd (BRBNMPL) in Mysuru under Reserve Bank of India, which was set up with the De La Rue Giori, now KBA Giori, Switzerland.