Currency Notes: Big news! RBI issued new guideline regarding 100, 200, 500 rupee notes, check here new guideline
New Currency Notes: Notes are issued by the Reserve Bank of India, but after the demonetisation across the country, many types of viral and fake news are coming out regarding the notes.
Now Punjab National Bank has brought a special offer for you, in which you will get brand new notes. The bank has given information about these notes by tweeting
Have to contact in the nearest branch
PNB has written in its official tweet that if you also want to change old or mutilated notes, now you can do this work easily. The bank has told that you can contact your nearest branch. Here you can exchange notes and coins.
Rules issued by the Reserve Bank According to the new rules of the Reserve Bank, if you also have old or mutilated notes, then you do not have to worry at all. Now you can exchange such notes by visiting any branch of the bank. If any bank employee refuses to exchange your note, then you can also file a complaint about this. You have to keep in mind that the worse the condition of the note, the less its value decreases.
Under what circumstances will the notes be exchanged?
According to RBI, any torn note will be accepted only when a part of it is missing, or which consists of more than two pieces and is pasted together, provided that no essential part of it is missing. If some special parts of the currency note, such as the name of the issuing authority, guarantee and promise clause, signature, Ashoka Pillar, picture of Mahatma Gandhi, water mark, etc. are also missing, then your note will not be exchanged. Soiled notes which have become unusable due to circulation in the market for a long time can also be exchanged.
Such notes can be changed from the RBI office, very burnt notes, or notes sticking together can also be changed, but the bank will not take them, you will have to take them to the issue office of RBI. Remember that these things will definitely be checked by the institution that the damage to your note is genuine and not intentionally damaged.