Impact Of Ban Of Rs.500,1000 Note!Bank To Stay Open On This Weekend!

As per the information Modi Govt. announced an another shocking news for all the Indians. He said that All the Banks will remain open on this Weekend i.e  November 10 and November 11 (Saturday&Sunday). This is a great step again taken by the Govt., it is because common people affected very much by the decision of  “ban of Rs 500 and 1000 note”. They were unable to arrange money since all the ATMs and BANKS were closed today.

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RBI got instructions from the central govt. to keep all the banks open on this weekend.

People can exchange and deposit their money (Rs.500,1000 note) from tomorrow i .e 10th of November.

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In initially Only Rs. 4000 can exchange in a day due to lack of new currency note. After some time this limit will surely increase. Banks have to manage all its customers.

See Also : Why Rs 500 And 1000 Note Banned-Scrapped

All the banks will remain open on this weekend so that they can short out the problems of the people. Extra counters would be set up so that they can handle all the customers easily.

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Those who don’t have a bank account they can exchange their currency from post office up to Rs. 4000 in a day. But you have to show your valid identity card there which can be A voter ID Card, Adhar CArd, PAN Card or any govt. Identity proof.

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