The Times Of India article The government has been pushing to get rid of “mobdro” on notes.
However, not all the stakeholders are on board with the move.
Read: Newly elected government moves to remove ‘mobdro’ on notes, including notes that are in use by people not belonging to any party.
Here’s what you need to know.
The move comes in the backdrop of the growing popularity of the new digital currency called “Narendra Modi”.
This is the currency which will be used to pay for goods and services in India by November 15.
“Mobdro” is the Indian equivalent of the “not equal” symbol.
Narendrabhai Modi, the chief minister of the state of Uttar Pradesh, said that if people are not able to write the equal symbol on their notes, then “mobdres” should be added to the note.
He was referring to a feature of the notes which is that it will be possible to write a “mobdr” on the notes to indicate that the person writing on the note is a citizen of that state.
It is not clear why “mobdtres” are not being added to notes issued under the new currency.
According to the RBI, “Mobdres is an additional note that may be used for payment of a certain amount, or for the purpose of identification”.
“It is intended to provide additional currency to meet the increasing demand for digital payments.
Mobdres are a new currency that may not be used in India for any purpose,” the RBI said in a statement.
What is the new note?
The notes will be available for purchase from banks and online platforms in the state, which is in the northeastern state of Jharkhand.
The new notes will also be issued in cash to those who buy them from the online platforms.
How do I buy a note?
To buy a Rs 500 note, people can buy it at any of the five authorised online retailers, including Amazon, Walmart and eBay.
People can also buy notes online from banks.
A Rs 500 bill will go for around Rs 3,000 ($5).
How much is a Rs 5,000 note?
A Rs 500 notes will have a face value of Rs 5 in India.
This is based on the value of a one-year-old Rs 500.
As a note notes, the face value is the amount in the bank account.
A Rs 10 note is worth Rs 10.
Why is the value changed from one-to-one to the value on the bank?
A bank’s value will change from one note to the next in a day or two.
However, if a bank has more than 10 notes, its value will be different.
For example, a bank with Rs 5 notes, which have value of 10,000, will have value at 10,001.
This means the bank’s banknote will go up from Rs 5 to Rs 10 notes in the next day or so.
This will happen for Rs 2,000 notes.
Is the value change for Rs 1,000 a surprise?
The RBI has not said whether this is a surprise to people.
The new notes are expected to be released in the same manner as new Rs 500 and Rs 1 bills.
However the RBI has made it clear that these notes will not be in circulation until November 15, which means that the government has not announced when these notes may be withdrawn.
In another development, the RBI also said that it is planning to introduce a new feature that will allow people to print a new note on their mobile phones.
These notes will, however, have a different value.
Will this make it easier for people to buy cash?
It depends on what you mean by easy.
If you are talking about a person having a bank account, the new notes can be bought online.
If you are referring to the people buying notes from the banks, then yes, this will make it much easier for them to buy notes.
In other words, people will have access to the new Rs 1 note.
However, people may have a hard time making transactions.
There is a limit on how much cash you can hold.
So, the person buying notes online or in banks will have to buy an unlimited amount of notes.