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Be careful, of social media viral videos of ₹ 500 fake notes:


Today we have brought important information about ₹500 note. If you also have ₹500 notes, then this is useful news for you. Because it is being claimed that after the demonetization of ₹2,000 notes, fake ₹500 notes are increasingly being circulated in the market. 

Many types of messages regarding 500 notes are being seen on social media. In which it is being told what kind of note is real and what kind of fake. What is the truth behind these claims, we are going to tell you in this report. In fact, after the introduction of new ₹500 notes, two types of ₹500 notes can be seen in the market. 

The surprising thing is that you will be confused to find the difference between these two notes. There is a slight difference between these two ₹500 notes. It is being claimed on social media that one of these two types of notes is fake. Recently, viral videos were also seen on social media regarding this. 

If you have also heard this thing somewhere, then be careful, because in PIB Fact Check this thing has been told as completely fake. In such a situation, you should avoid paying attention to such messages. Let's know the complete details, what is being claimed on social media?


A message going viral on social media said that ₹500 note should not be accepted, in which the green leaf is not near the signature of the RBI governor but near the picture of Gandhiji. Due to this message going viral, a situation of confusion has arisen among the people. When PIB Fact Check investigated this message, a big disclosure came to light. 

The revelation was shocking. PIB Fact Check termed this message as completely fake. RBI and PIB have clearly said that this is not the case at all. Both notes are valid. PIB has appealed to the people not to pay attention to such things at all and not get confused. If you also get any such messages or are sharing fake messages with someone, then you can get the fact-checked of any news. 

For this, you can clear your confusion by visiting the official link

Apart from this, you can also know the truth by sharing such viral videos on WhatsApp number 8799711259 or email id, Meanwhile, a big update has come out regarding the notes of two thousand rupees. 

Let us also tell you that the process of exchange and deposit of two thousand rupee notes is going on fast in the country. In a month, 72% of people have deposited or changed their 2000 notes in the bank.


A month back, the Reserve Bank of India announced the withdrawal of ₹ 2,000 notes. Now RBI has told that 72% of the notes i.e. about ₹ 2, 62,000 crore have been deposited in the banks. RBI has given citizens time till September 30 to exchange ₹ 2,000 notes in banks.

How to identify fake notes?


Despite the continuous strict measures taken by the RBI to curb fake notes, fake notes, and fake currency are being circulated. Recently, these notes given by banks to RBI included fake notes. RBI has taken strict action on this. Understand the whole news in detail. Also, learn how to differentiate between real and fake notes.


Counterfeit currency has been found in Udupi, Manipal Hubli Bank branches, and Malleswaram branch in Bengaluru in notes sent by these banks to RBI. Reserve Bank of India i.e. RBI has lodged FIR against several bank managers after detecting fake notes sent by banks. Information about this was given by the police. 

According to the police, 30 ₹100 notes are fake and four FIRs have been registered in this regard at Halasuru police station. In this regard, RBI complained to the Bank of Baroda, Canara Bank, and UBI, the manager of the bank. Sources said that notices will be issued to the managers of the banks for questioning. 

Now more information is yet to be revealed in this matter. Strict steps are being taken continuously by RBI to curb fake notes. After this, there is a decrease in the cases of fake notes as compared to earlier. It is very difficult to differentiate between fake and genuine notes. No matter how careful we are, fake notes do come out. 

Many people are unable to differentiate between fake and genuine notes. Recently, in an RBI report, concern was raised about fake notes. The RBI report revealed that the circulation of fake Rs 500 notes is on the rise. Let us tell you how to identify fake and genuine notes. 500 is written in two colors above the green stripe on the left side of the front. 

The image of 500 is printed on the green bar. This allows the note to be seen when it is tilted upwards. 500 is written on the note in the Devanagari script. Mahatma Gandhi's photo is in the center of the note. Bharat and India are written in micro letters on Gandhi's picture. Security thread with color shift window The color of the thread changes from green to blue when the note is tilted. 

The Guarantee clause, the Governor’s signature with the Promise Clause and RBI emblem towards the right of Mahatma Gandhi’s portrait. Mahatma Gandhi’s portrait and electrotype (500) watermarks. Ashoka Pillar is inscribed on the right side of the note. I hope you have liked this information.



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