1. Rs 500, Rs 1,000 note ban: Twitter storm brews over new Rs 2000 note: Is it a typo?

Rs 500, Rs 1,000 note ban: Twitter storm brews over new Rs 2000 note: Is it a typo?

With the latest ban on Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes by the Narendra Modi-led central government and the introduction of the new Rs 2,000 note, Twitterati reacted keenly, with a few claiming typing error in the newly circulated notes.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: November 12, 2016 4:57 AM
2000 rs, 2000 rs note, 2000 rs note in india, rs 200 nano chip, rs 200 gps chip With the latest claim of a ‘typo’ in the new currency notes and people tweeting with claims of a mistake, question rises whether actually there is a misprint. (AP Photo)

With the latest ban on Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes by the Narendra Modi-led central government and the introduction of the new Rs 2,000 note, Twitterati reacted keenly, with a few claiming typing error in the newly circulated notes.

While most kept trying to save their earnings from turning into useless pieces of papers, a few became too skeptical about the demonetizing of notes and the introduction of new notes and questioned ‘don hazar’ (two thousand) printed in the new notes in Hindi.

With the latest claim of a ‘typo’ in the new currency notes and people tweeting with claims of a mistake, question rises whether actually there is a misprint.

Like other previous notes, the currency amount of the note is printed on it in different Indian languages. In the new notes, the value of the note, two thousand, is also written in different languages, including Konkani and Marathi.

And hence, misunderstood by a few, the printed ‘Don Hazar’ were not written in Hindi, but Konakani and Marathi.

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