New news related to 500 notes, understand these 17 points suggested by RBI, is your note real or fake
In other states of the country including Bihar, dealers of counterfeit notes are running low-value currency in the market. In the past, the dealer of counterfeit notes caught had made quite shocking revelations. During interrogation, it was revealed that the mastermind of printing counterfeit notes is a resident of Patna, at the behest of him, two brothers have been printing notes and supplying them at different places. He has been providing paper to both of them from Patna to print notes. This was not the only such case.
It happened a few days ago. A two hundred rupee note to a judicial officer was returned by a fruit seller with a five hundred rupee note. When he gave this two hundred rupee note to some other shop, the shopkeeper refused to take it saying that it was a fake note. A few days ago, a taxi driver resident of Jhansi was arrested for trying to run fake currency. It was found that he was printing fake notes of 50, 100, and 200 denominations from the printer in his rented room and spending them in the market. He was running fake notes of about one thousand rupees in the market every day. From this, you can understand how small fake notes are full in the market. That is, you can say that you too must have got a fake note even though it could not be caught.
New news related to 500 and 2000 notes has come out.
RBI has uploaded a PDF on its website Paisa bolti hai, in which RBI has suggested 17 points to detect counterfeit notes. The PDF is available at https://paisaboltahai.rbi.org.in/pdf/Rs500%20Currency%20Note_Eng_05022019.pdf.
Here's How To Identify Genuine Or Fake Notes
If a note is placed in front of electricity, then 500 will be written at this place.
If you look at the image hidden under the 500 note from the front, you will see 500 written.
500 written in Devanagari will be seen at this place
The center of the note will have a picture of Mahatma Gandhi.
Bharat and India will appear in small letters.
When you twist the note with the attack, the green note will appear slightly blue.
Governor's sign and RBI logo have shifted to the right site.
A watermark will also appear in the image of Mahatma Gandhi.
In the note, on the left side in the top and the right side in the bottom, the numbers get bigger from left to right.
The color of the number 500 written at the specified place changes from green to blue.
Ashoka Pillar is made on the right side of the note.
If you look carefully on the right and left sides of the note, 500 rupees will be seen and the picture of Mahatma Gandhi will also be seen.
The year of printing is written on the left side of the note.
The logo of Swachh Bharat is printed on the note along with the slogan.
The language panel is made in the center of the note.
The image of the Red Fort along with the Indian flag will appear in the center of the note.
You will see 500 rupees written in Devanagari in the note.