.RBI has opened a Control Room at its Central Office for monitoring the progress and providing guidance to banks and members of public. The email id and telephone numbers of the Control room are as under: Email id: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone No: 022 22602804 / 022 22602944
RBI Control Number
Mumbai : 022-226602201 , 022-22602944
Delhi : 011-23093230
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Hours after Prime Minister Narendra Modi today announced the demonetization of high-value notes, the Reserve Bank today issued new series of notes for the Rs 500 and Rs 2,000 denomination with improved features and newer sizes. The Rs 2,000 note, which is a first under the denomination, will be called the ‘Mahatma Gandhi (New) Series’ and has the motif of the low-cost mission to Mars, the Mangalayan, on the reverse, the RBI said.
The base colour of the note will be magenta and the size of the note will be 66 mm by 166 mm, it said. The new design in the Rs 500 denomination will be in a different colour, size, theme, design and location of security features, it said. The note, measuring 63 mm by 150 mm will be in a new colour — stone grey and the predominant theme will be Delhi’s Red Fort, it said.
Both the new designs, Rs 500 and Rs 2,000, will be very friendly towards the visually-impaired by having features which make it accessible for all sections. Earlier, Governor Urjit Patel said that the central bank has ramped up production of the new series of notes under the newer series. The RBI has also started a helpline number for the citizens who may face any difficulties. Citizens can reach out to the RBI on 022-22602201 022-22602944 starting tomorrow for any doubts and clarifications, he said.
Few most important questions answered.
1. How much is my Rs 500/1000 note worth now?
Your 500/1000 notes are worth its value until December 30th, provided you deposit it in your bank account.
2. Can I get all in cash?
No. You will get up to Rs 4,000, per person, in cash and if you need more, you can get it credited to your bank account.
3. How much can I withdraw from ATMs?
ATMs and banks will remain closed on November 9. It may take a while for the banks to recalibrate their ATMs, and once it’s done, you can withdraw up to a maximum of Rs 2,000 per card per day till November 18. The limit will be raised to Rs 4,000 per day per card from the November 19 onwards.
4.Can I withdraw cash against cheque?
Yes, you can withdraw cash against withdrawal slip or cheque subject to a ceiling of Rs 10,000 in a day within an overall limit of Rs 20,000 in a week (including withdrawals from ATMs) for the first fortnight, that is up to November 24, 2016.
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