Top Rumors on Demonetisation

Did you know that your 2000 rupee notes were capable of getting charged?

 

Don’t worry if you don’t because the day new 2000 rupee notes came into the market, fake news and rumors have spread like wild-fire. Some said that notes can be charged and some said that they can be tracked meters inside the ground.
Here’s a look at the rumors that shocked many and made many others laugh.
1. The 2000 rupee note has a nano chip
Sweta Singh of Aajtak confirms this news below by describing very nicely how your tacked 2000 rupee notes can be tracked. I wonder if she is foolish to have thought about it or its many of us who believed.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E09Ilc7fHIE
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2. That 2000 rupee notes can store solar energy
This was shown by a person who made a prank video lighting a buld with the help of the 2000 rupee note.
Here’s the video link – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNsxrWEnkmQ
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3. 2000 rupee note that sheds colour is fake
Unfortunately, the fact is just the opposite of this rumor. Real notes shed some colour and the government has accepted the problem.
4. The new notes are waterproof
See for yourself, what happened when this guy experimented with 2000 rupee note in water.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrhWlZ8OwVU
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5. Mahatma Gandhi no more on the new note
Totally false. People saw the back of the note and thought it’s the front where Gandhi’s picture was absent, but the front is where Gandhi is.

 

6. When withdrawing money from the ATM, people will be marked with indelible ink
The truth is that the indelible ink was for people standing in the bank queues where they kept coming again and again to exchange money. So to solve this problem, indelible ink was to be used.

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Here is what Twitter has to say on rumors about demonetisation
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It is best to not trust what people in your neighborhood, office and family say about the new notes. You better get the facts checked yourself and not be fooled by fake news.

Here is what Twitter has to say on rumors about demonetisation

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It  is best to not trust what people in your neighborhood, office and family say about the new notes. You better get the facts checked yourself and not be fooled by fake news.

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