500 Rs & 1000 Rupees Notes Illegal From November 8th Mid Night – Banned (Deposit in Banks by Dec 30) – Says Narendra Modi
As per thehindu.com, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing the nation from New Delhi. The Press Information Bureau tweeted stating that the Prime Minister will talk in Hindi first, followed by English. Amid continuing Pakistani shelling along the border in Jammu and Kashmir, Mr. Modi also reviewed the security situation with Chiefs of Army, Navy and Vice Chief of Air Force.
500 Rs & 1000 Rupees Currency Notes Banned In India From Mid Night (Deposit in Banks by Dec 30)
During the meeting, the Prime Minister is understood to have taken stock of the situation along the Line of Control (LoC) and International Border where Pakistan has been regularly shelling military posts as well as civilian areas. Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag is believed to have briefed Modi on the situation and how the forces are handling the Pakistani provocation.
Significantly, the meeting came on a day when one more jawan was killed in Pakistani shelling in Jammu and Kashmir.
Live Updates Of Pm Narendra Modi Currency Notes Ban of Rs 500 & Rs 1000 :
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Rs 500 And Rs 1000/- notes cease to be legal tender Here is what you can do… pic.twitter.com/dFVh3cQtHY
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