2000 rupees note was introduced in the year 2016 after the announcement of demonetisation.
Very soon you will not see 2000 notes (2,000 currency notes) from the market. This is because now two thousand notes have stopped printing. Actually, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has started slowly withdrawing 2000 rupee notes from the system.
New Delhi. Very soon you will not see 2000 notes (2,000 currency notes) from the market. This is because now two thousand notes have stopped printing. Actually, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has started slowly withdrawing 2000 rupee notes from the system. RBI has announced that new notes of 2000 rupees will not be printed in the financial year 2021-2022. Last year also RBI did not print new 2000 rupee notes. RBI has given this information in its annual report. This report was released on 26 May 2021. This note was brought after demonetisation Let us tell you that after the announcement of demonetization in India, 2000 rupees note was introduced in the year 2016, but due to being a note of large denomination, the risk of it going into the fake currency market is also high. It has been told in the annual report of RBI that in the fiscal year 2021, the total paper cash declined by 0.3 percent to 2,23,301 lakh units. In terms of value, in March 2021, Rs 4.9 lakh crore worth of 2000 notes were in the system, while in March 2020 its value was Rs 5.48 lakh crore. Also read- Good News: Farmers will get Rs 4000! You have to apply here before June 30, know full details2000 notes reduced significantly in 3 years According to the RBI report, 336.3 crore notes were present in the 2000 system in March 2018, but their number has come down to 245.1 crore as of March 31, 2021. That is, 91.2 crore notes have been taken out of the system in these three years. Also read- These three youths from Delhi, Mumbai and Ahmedabad became billionaires with cryptocurrency, earlier used to do simple jobs.. read how?
500 rupees more is in trend According to the report, the share of Rs 500 and Rs 2,000 notes in the total banknotes in circulation as of March 31, 2021 was 85.7 percent. Whereas at the end of March 31, 2020, this figure was 83.4 percent. In this too, in terms of quantity, the share of Rs 500 notes in the notes in circulation till March 31, 2021 was the highest at 31.1 percent.