Utility News: Even if you do not have a bank account, you can get 2000 notes changed like this
The Reserve Bank of India made an announcement on Friday and with that, the pink notes of Rs 2000 were banned from the market. This means RBI has made it clear that now 2000 notes will not work. But you can get them replaced with smaller notes by September 30. Or you can deposit it in the bank.
Where can I get the exchange done?
RBI said in its statement that Rs 2000 notes will remain in circulation till 30 September. That is, those who have 2000 rupee notes can get them exchanged from the bank. For this, the time from 23 May to 30 September has been fixed. The Reserve Bank has asked banks to stop issuing Rs 2,000 notes.
Note can be changed even if there is no bank account
In such a situation, there is a question in the mind of the people if a customer does not have a bank account or is in any other branch and he is not present there, then can he exchange the 2000 rupee note? Regarding this also, the Reserve Bank has made it clear that any person can exchange Rs 2,000 notes up to a limit of Rs 20,000 at a time from any branch of any bank in the country.
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