2000 notes, which were introduced after demonetisation, are now singing, “Accha, chalta hoon, duaon me yaad rakhna!”
The removal of ₹2000 Notes from circulation was announced by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday. By September 30, the existing notes in use could either be deposited in bank accounts or exchanged, according to a statement from the RBI.
The old ₹500 and ₹1,000 notes were demonetized in 2016, while the old ₹2,000 notes will be valid till September 30, 2023.
The maximum exchange limit is ₹20,000 (10 notes of ₹2,000), while there is no cap on depositing ₹2,000 notes in bank accounts.
Modiji, who is known for his enthralling speeches, had his own distinctive reaction. He made a light-hearted remark, “Money talks, and so do I! But don’t worry, we’ll keep guiding the country toward wealth and economic growth.
People wondered what if Modiji had discontinued the 2000 notes independently as the news spread. Social media buzzed with memes implying the Prime Minister’s involvement in the choice. The internet was ablaze with imaginative interpretations, ranging from “Modiji’s Masterstroke against black money” to “Modiji’s magic wand strikes again.”
2000 notes were so precious that they never got the luxury of being “uchaaloed” in weddings.
Some even speculated that if Modiji had announced this, it might have included a catchy slogan like “Goodbye Gareebi, Hello Digitization!” Whatever the case, the general attitude of the people was one of amusement and wonder.
Within society, the reaction to the RBI’s decision was varied. Let’s delve into the different perspectives that emerged:
Suppose I can stop acting wealthy because I only have one 2000 note stashed away in my wallet's hidden compartment.
I can now proudly claim to have joined a select group of those who have never enjoyed the luxury of a 2000 note.
Hello, 2000 notes! You were like that mysterious crush I had in school; you were often mentioned but never seen.
I am an expert at surviving without ₹2000 in cash. When you have 100 notes and a sense of humor, who needs them?
In the end, Both classes agreed: life surprises, laughter is the best response. The wealthy pretended affluence, and the middle class turned events into comedy, and both shared the sentiment.
So let’s toast to the ridiculousness of it all! With a comical twist and a touch of “Ye Bhi Theek Hai“, the RBI’s decision led to a brief state of anarchy. It also gave us a precious gift: laughter. Let us keep in mind that in the world of comedy, even a simple currency changeover can turn into a hilarious comedy of errors as the 2000 notes disappear into the records of financial history. Cheers to the humour that the pullout of the 2000-dollar bills sparked!