The Technology Used In The New Rs.2000 Note Is The Worst Nightmare For Black Money Keepers

The Modi government has banned the Rs.500 and Rs.1000 denomination currency notes with immediate effect starting midnight of November 8. The move took everyone in India, expect those in the know, by surprise.

But it was necessary to keep it a secret to conduct what social media is calling a ‘surgical strike’ on those who hold black money or deal in fake currency. While the RBI will soon be issuing new Rs.500 notes, the government has completely done away with the Rs.1000 notes.


 


For the first time ever, the RBI will be issuing notes of denomination Rs.2000, which will be the highest legal tender in the country.

And this is how the new Rs.2000 note looks like:


 


But mere introduction of the Rs.2000 note is not the news. The news is the technology involved in making the note black money proof.

  • The Rs.2000 currency has state of the art indigenous nano technology to prevent black money use. RBI used very smart printing technology for the new notes which can’t be copy or replicate.
  • All Rs 2000 and Rs 500 notes has been in to monitoring with the serial numbers.
  • Only way to use the black money in form of Rs 500 & Rs 1000 by exchanging with new notes via banks or post office.

The Technology Used In The New Rs.2000 Note Is The Worst Nightmare For Black Money Keepers


 So the black money hoarders can bid goodbye to their stash.


 

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