It's a great, bold and surprising move by our honorable leader Mr.Modi to scrap the highest denomination Indian rupees to put a control on black money. Now new currency notes will be available on Indian markets. I think, only a few will preserve an expensive 1000 or 500 rupee note for memory and most of us will let it go from our hands (a few may take selfies for memory :)).
Now the currency can be exchanged only through banks and post offices and except at hospitals, petrol bunks and railway bookings, these currencies have value worth just a paper. If you recollect your memory, when did you spend a 500/1000 rupee note for last time to buy something (not petrol, hospital bill and railway ticket). Recollect it quick and post as reply, as our present 500/1000 rupee notes will become a part of our memory soon.
500 and 2000 denominator notes are to return to Indian market with a new face. But I don't know the destiny of a 1000-rupee note.
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