1000 rupee note will be issued again? Congress’s sarcasm on Modi government


The Reserve Bank of India took a big decision on the biggest currency note of 2000 rupees. RBI announced the withdrawal of Rs 2000 notes issued after the demonetisation of 2016. After this, the Congress has become an attacker on the Modi government. Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram on Friday hit out at the government after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced that the Rs 2,000 note would be out of circulation after September 2023, saying it would not be surprising if the Rs 1,000 note Let the note be reissued.

Former Finance Minister P Chidambaram tweeted that the government/RBI decided to withdraw the Rs 2000 note as expected. 2000 rupee note is not very popular for transactions. We said this in November 2016 and have now been proved right. He said that the Rs 2000 note was like a ‘band-aid’ to cover up the foolish decision of demonetising Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes. After a few weeks of demonetisation, the government/RBI had to reissue Rs 500 notes.

Rs 1000 note likely to be reissued

Further, Chidambaram said that I would not be surprised if the government/RBI reissues the Rs 1000 note. On the other hand, Congress spokesperson Gaurav Vallabh sarcastically said that all the economists of the country together could not find even a single benefit of introducing the 2000 note till date. However, due to the side effect of the defeat in the Karnataka elections and to remain in the limelight, Saheb now has to discontinue the 2000 note. Is there a shortage of chips with the government that the 2000 note is being closed?

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Manoj Jha’s tweet

Rashtriya Janata Dal MP Manoj Jha tweeted that Muhammad bin Tughlaq had eaten so many pages of history for ‘headstrong mood’ for no reason? ‘Tughlaqi Farman’ became such a phrase whose sticking had many meanings. But Dhruv is true that every era has its own Tughlaq..and the people of ‘our era’ are more weighty in many ways. Say less, understand more.

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