Seems like there is one more person joining a number of people around the nation who aren’t happy with the way PM Narendra Modi brought in demonetization. This is how people are interpreting the news when a bunch of Rs 2000 currency notes is found with missing Mahatma Gandhi’s image. The incident took place in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh. After withdrawing money from the State Bank of India branch, They discovered that the image of Mahatma Gandhi is missing from Rs 2000 note.
A farmer from the village, Laxman Meena explained his experience saying that he withdrew Rs 6,000 and the cashier gave him three notes of Rs 2,000. Afterward, when he came back home, he checked the notes carefully and realized that the image of Mahatma Gandhi is missing from the note which can be seen on a normal note very evidently. So he concluded that it must be a bogus note and went back to return the note to the bank.
To everyone’s surprise, it was found out that it wasn’t actually a fake note but just a printing error as told by the SBI branch manager RD Meena. Many similar cases started to show up in the area as that whole bundle was having similar notes. The bank has taken back all the notes.After PM Narendra Modi called for demonetization on the night of November 8, 2016. He scrapped the use of Rs 1000 and Rs 500 notes as a legal tender and introduced new notes of Rs 2000 and Rs 500. When the banks were flooded with the new notes and they started giving it to the public, many errors were discovered by the public.
Earlier there was an error regarding the printing of texts written at the back of the note. At the back of the note ‘Do hazaar rupaye’ (2000 rupees) is written in 15 different languages. Many people found the error in typing as it was misprinted as ‘Don hazaar rupaye’. Also, there were rumors that the note has a nano chip fitted inside it but afterward, RBI cleared the rumors and told that there is no such thing inside the making of the new currency.