500 Rupee Note: Despite demonetisation, the trap of counterfeit notes is not ending in the country. The crisis of counterfeit notes is increasing once again in the country. According to the RBI’s annual report, the number of counterfeit notes in the country in 2021-22 has increased by 10.7 percent compared to the previous year 2020-21. In 2021-22, 101.9 percent more fake notes of Rs 500 have been found. At the same time, there has been an increase of 54.16 percent in the number of counterfeit notes of Rs 2,000. But a big news has come out related to the 500 rupee note, in which it is being told that if you also have such a 500 rupee note, then you should be alert. Let us tell you what kind of note is being talked about in this video.
video going viral on social media
A video is going viral on social media, in which the difference between two notes of 500 rupees is being told. In this video a correct note has been shown and one note is said to be fake. PIB has done a fact check about this video, in which its truth has been told.
In a video it is being warned that no such note of ₹ 500 should be taken, in which the green stripe is not near the RBI Governor’s signature but near the picture of Gandhiji.#PIBFactCheck,
— PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) December 7, 2021
According to the Reserve Bank of India, both types of 500 rupee notes are valid. Don’t fall prey to any such fake news. PIB has termed this video as completely fake and fake. PIB has written in the tweet that in a video it is being warned that no such note of ₹ 500 should be taken, in which the green strip is not near the RBI Governor’s signature but near the picture of Gandhiji.
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