The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has decided to demonetise the Rs 2000 note. On May 19, the RBI announced that Rs 2000 notes would be out of circulation. People have got time till 30 September 2023 to exchange or deposit the notes. After the decision of RBI, instead of going to the bank, people are adopting different methods to spend the notes. To avoid the eyes of the Income Tax Department, people are trying to avoid going to the bank. Such tricks are being used that you cannot even imagine. The note which was not visible for the last several months, suddenly its flow increased in the market. Shopkeepers are shocked to see Rs 2,000 notes suddenly disappearing from the market. Shopkeepers are also not missing out on taking advantage of the opportunity.
Jugaad to spend 2000 rupee note
Some are buying a month’s stock of liquor to consume Rs 2,000 notes, while some are planning to celebrate honeymoon in Goa. Some people got the car booked immediately. People are getting their car tank filled at petrol pump to spend 2000 note. Women are busy buying gold regardless of the high price. Not only this, people are spending Rs 2000 notes with the help of temples.
people buying expensive gold
After the announcement of the closure of 2000 rupee note, there has been a tremendous increase in the demand for gold. Instead of going to the bank to exchange notes, people are playing tricks that will grab your head. People are giving priority to gold and silver to spend 2000 notes. After May 19, you must have guessed this by seeing the crowd at the shops of jewellers. On buying gold in exchange of Rs 2000 notes in Delhi, its price has reached Rs 68,000 per 10 grams. In Gujarat, gold has reached 70 to 75 thousand rupees per tola.
a month’s worth of wine
People are buying and keeping a month’s stock of liquor to consume Rs 2000 notes. Vipin Singh, who runs a liquor shop in Tezzbuzz, said that the amount of Rs 2,000 notes not seen in the last two years has been seen in the last few days. People are buying bulk liquor by paying Rs 2,000 notes.
Honeymoon plan to spend pink notes
People are making plans for summer vacations and honeymoon to spend Rs 2000 note. With the help of travel agency, people are taking the entire travel plan in cash. Niranjan Chowdhary of Jodhpur has made a honeymoon plan in Goa, so that he can spend Rs 2000 note. He has talked to a private travel agency for the Goa packet. The entire payment was made in Rs 2000 note.
buying a new car
Tarun of Jodhpur bought a car to avoid the hassle of going to the bank to exchange 2000 rupee notes. He had deposited Rs 1 lakh, mostly in 2000 notes, to buy the car. After the sudden demonetisation, he immediately decided to buy a car with that money.
Cash on Delivery Weapon
Recently, Zomato had tweeted that ever since the decision to ban Rs 2000 notes came, there has been a jump of 70 per cent in cash on delivery. People are holding Rs 2000 notes in cash on delivery. There has been a boom in cash on delivery from Amazon, Flipkart and other e-commerce sites.
God is helping
When there is no jugaad left, people are offering 2000 rupee notes in the temples. People are donating Rs 2000 notes at temples and other religious places. When all the roads are closed, people are seeing the way to the temple. There small notes are being changed by offering 2000 rupees. Those who have to give Rs 300, they are also giving Rs 2,000 notes and taking back the rest of the money in smaller notes. According to the news of Business Today, after the decision of RBI, 400 notes of 2000 rupees i.e. eight lakh rupees were found in the donation box in the temple of Himachal Pradesh. Some people are paying the school fees of 4 sessions in cash at once. Schools are getting the fees together, so they are also happy.
Shopkeepers are giving greed
Shopkeepers are luring customers by offering them money exchange. Instead of exchanging two thousand, the shopkeepers are increasing their sales. Such posts are becoming very viral on social media. Recently such a post went viral, in which the shopkeeper is promising to give goods worth Rs.2100 by giving Rs.2000 note. At the same time, a shopkeeper put up a board that women are requested not to inform their 2000 notes to their husbands, come to our shop and buy sarees and suits. Their information will be kept confidential.
2000 notes increased the sale of mangoes
People are buying mangoes in exchange of 2000 notes. Mohammad Azhar, a mango seller living in Mumbai, says that ever since the decision to exchange 2000 notes has been taken, he has been receiving 2000 notes in the number of 8 to 10 every day. He says it is my business so I cannot refuse.