“Breaking News: RBI Extends 2,000 Rupee Note Deadline! What You Need to Know”

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said on Friday that banknotes worth 2,000 rupees can be exchanged or deposited at RBI branches in 19 designated offices up to a maximum of 20,000 rupees. The deadline for exchanging 2,000 rupee notes has been extended by the banking regulator till October 7th. The Central Bank has declared that 2,000 rupee notes will remain legal tender after this date.

Shaktikanta Das, governor of the Reserve Bank, reported that 87 percent of the withdrawn 2,000 rupee notes had been returned to the banks; the remainder had been replaced. He added that there are still 12,000 crore rupees worth of 2,000 rupee notes that need to be returned.


In essence, this indicates that the banking sector has received more than 96 percent of the total value of the 2,000 rupee notes.

After October 7th, the RBI provided two options for exchanging 2,000 rupee notes:

Place the notes in one of the 19 RBI-designated locations.

Send the notes via Indian postal services to the RBI’s Currency Verification and Processing Branch (CVPB).


You must fill out a form and present identification that is valid in order to deposit 2,000 rupee notes at the approved RBI locations. 2,000 rupee notes can also be exchanged at the CVPB of the RBI, but you must send them there via registered mail and include a self-addressed envelope for the return of your old notes.

Additionally, the RBI made it clear that as of October 7th, banks and other financial institutions would still accept 2,000 rupee notes for bank account deposits.


As per the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), “Given that the expiration date for the demonetization process has lapsed, after a thorough review, the choice has been made to prolong the current scheme for the deposit or exchange of 2,000 rupee banknotes until October 7, 2023.” This declaration was issued in a press release on September 30th.”

The RBI has asked banks to stop printing notes of 2,000 rupees on May 19th after announcing their removal from circulation.


Following the loss of all 500 and 1,000 rupee banknotes at the moment, the 2,000 rupee banknote was created in November 2016 with the intention of swiftly meeting the monetary needs of the economy.

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has maintained the policy repo rate at 6.50 percent for the fourth straight time, under the direction of RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das. The marginal standing facility (MSF) rate, the bank rate, and the reverse repo rate are all at 6.25 percent.


Das stated that the MPC will continuously monitor inflation and will continue to be dedicated to achieving the target level of inflation. He claims that the posture of monetary policy is remained accommodative for the current economy while balancing risks.

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