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MP Farmers Got ‘Genuine’ Rs 2000 Notes From Bank Without Gandhi’s Pic! Twitter Cracked Up


MP Farmers Got ‘Genuine’ Rs 2000 Notes From Bank Without Gandhi’s Pic! Twitter Cracked Up

Demonetization has resulted in many shocking incidents and one of them took place just recently when the farmers of a small and distant village in MP got some unique notes of Rs. 2,000 and that too, from a bank. There was no image of Mahatama Gandhi on these notes which is, needless to say, one of the most important features of Indian currency.

Source: Twitter

This incident took place on Tuesday, in Bicchugavdi village which is situated in Sheopur district.

As per a report published in TOI, a local farmer, Krishna Meena, got these faulty currency notes from a branch of State Bank of India and when he tried to make a transaction using these notes in the market, he was alarmed by another farmer who also had such faulty notes. They went back to the bank thinking that the notes were fake; the bank employees told them that the notes were ‘genuine’ but faulty due to printing error. As per NewsX, the faulty notes were taken back by the bank.

Later on, it was found that these notes had been printed at Bank Note Press which is situated in Dewas, MP.

Soon, Twitterati also started expressing their opinion over the matter and here are some selected tweets:

Sounds genuine actually 😉

A product of Jumlebaazi:

Gandhi is on the way to the new era Dandi march…

Gandhi didn’t like pink… wants #HariPatti..

Man mein hai vishwaas.. 😀

A jibe at PM Modi & #demonetization:

Angry Twitter:


Twitter never fails to recall Rahul Gandhi:

Just to recall, RBI had already accepted the fact that there were some printing mistakes in the newly issued notes of Rs. 500 because of which two versions are in circulation, however both of them are valid.


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