Despite the issue of new notes, Fake Currency could not be completely controlled. We are going to tell you about RBI guidelines today, through which you will be able to identify fake notes easily.
The central government had implemented demonetisation in the country to deal with black money and counterfeit notes. Despite this, fake banks worth Rs 6.71 lakh have been seized in 11 banks in Ahmedabad, of which Rs 2,000, 500 and 200 rupees were introduced after demonetisation. In such a situation, it is very important to easily identify genuine, fake notes of 200, 500 and 2000 rupees. Today we are giving you information related to it.
Explain that the government has brought new notes in place of old big notes to curb fake currency. The government has issued new notes of 2000 rupees, 500 rupees, 200 rupees, 100 rupees, 50 rupees and 10 rupees in the country, despite this, Fake Currency could not be completely controlled in the market. We are going to tell you about RBI guidelines today, through which you will be able to identify fake notes easily.
Identify whether 2000 notes are real or not
According to RBI, the base color of the 2000 note is magenta and its size is 66 mm by 166 mm. On the front of the note is a picture of Mahatma Gandhi and on the back is Mangalyaan.
>> 2000 will be written here when the note is placed in front of the light.
>> 2000 at the angle of 45 degrees in front of the eye will be written here.
>> 2000 written in Devanagari.
>> There is a picture of Mahatma Gandhi in the center.
>> India and India are written in micro letters.
>> There is a security thread written on it, India, RBI and 2000. The color of this thread changes from green to blue when the note is lightly folded.
>> Guarantee clause, Governor’s signature, Promise clause and RBI logo are on the right.
>> Mahatma Gandhi’s picture and electrotype (2000) is a watermark.
>> The numbers written at the top left and right side at the bottom become larger from left to right.
>> The color of the number 2000 written here changes. Its color changes from green to blue.
>> Mahatma Gandhi’s picture, Ashoka Pillar emblem, bleed line and identification symbol are rough for the blind.
>> Right side rectangular box with 2000 written on it.
>> There are seven bleed lines on the right and left which are rough.
>> The year of note printing is written.
>> Clean India logo with slogan.
>> Language panel towards the center
>> Sample of Mangalyaan
>> 2000 rupees written in Devanagari.
Features in 500 rupee note-
>> The front side of the note has 500 written in Devanagari
>> There is a latent image of 500
>> In the middle of the front is the picture of Mahatma Gandhi
>> India and India is written in small letter
>> In the middle of the note India and RBI are written
on the thread >> On tilting the note aside, the color of the thread changes from green to blue
>> To the right of Mahatma Gandhi’s photo is the Guarantee Clause with Governor’s signature, RBI sign with Promise Clause
> > The numbers from the left side in the top of the note will appear in the order of small to large and the numbers from the right side at the bottom will appear in the same order
>> On the right side the bottom 500 digit is written in ink changing from green to blue
>> Ashoka on the right side. The column symbol is
>> On the reverse side of the note is the year of printing of the note in the left
>> There is the logo and slogan of Swachh Bharat
>> The picture of the Red Fort is
>> 500 written in Devanagari.