DNA: Banks will not accept notes after September 30
Yashwant Bhaskar|Updated: May 19, 2023, 11:26 PM IST
Reserve Bank of India has issued a big order on 2000 notes today. According to RBI, Rs 2000 note will remain legal tender, but now it will be taken out of circulation. According to the information so far, after September 30, the bank will not take 2000 notes.
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