Sources said that ‘certain individuals’ are paying Rs 300 to the people who are remaining in lines to get Rs 2000 notes up to Rs 20,000 traded for them.
The cutoff time to store and trade Rs 2000 money notes at bank offices finished on October 7. As individuals can in any case get their Rs 2000 notes saved or traded at Hold Bank of India (RBI) workplaces, a long line was seen before the RBI Local office in Bhubaneswar on Tuesday.What is more astonishing is the reality a many individuals were remaining in the line to get Rs 2000 notes traded in lieu of some cash. On camera, a few group informed that they were getting Rs 300 for trading Rs 2000 notes having a presumptive worth of Rs 20,000.
Sources said that ‘certain individuals’ are paying Rs 300 to the people who are remaining in lines to get Rs 2000 notes up to Rs 20,000 traded for them. Many guaranteed that they have close to zero familiarity with the character of such individuals who are paying Rs 300 to get the cash traded at the RBI.”We don’t have the foggiest idea about the individual yet we are just getting Rs 300 for trading ten notes of Rs 2000 worth Rs 20,000 by remaining in the line,” said a contributor.
Local Chief, RBI Bhubaneswar said, “Really the warning was given and no restriction has been set. Notwithstanding, we have made arrangement for almost 250 people, giving them water and different offices, who are coming up to get their Rs 2000 notes traded or kept in their bank accounts.”The RBI Provincial Chief further informed that consistently they are getting Rs 2000 notes worth Rs 2 crore. Out of which, around 95% is being traded while just 5% is getting saved in the account.”We have no data on the off chance that individuals are being paid Rs 300 or Rs 400 to get Rs 2000 notes traded. We are keeping official records including character cards and different reports for trading up to ten notes of Rs 2000. We keep up with all narrative records alongside CCTV film,” the RBI Territorial chief said.When found out if it is an endeavor to get dark cash changed over into white, the RBI Provincial Chief said policing can examine such issues.”We keep all important records till the imperative protection time frame according to the standards,” the top RBI official added.