Finance Minister Arun Jaitley To Clarify Whether The Government Has Decided To Scrap The Newly Launched Rs 2,000

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updated: July 26,2017 16:36 IST

The new Rs 2000 note which was made available after demonetisation | AFP File Photo
The new Rs 2000 note which was made available after demonetisation | AFP File Photo

NEW DELHI: The Opposition in Rajya Sabha today asked Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to illuminate whether the administration has chosen to scrap the recently propelled Rs 2,000 note and present a Rs 1,000 coin.

Be that as it may, Jaitley who was available in the House, did not react even as the Opposition individuals demanded for elucidation from him on the issue.

Raising a state of request amid the Zero Hour, Naresh Agrawal (SP) stated: “The administration has taken a choice to scrap Rs 2,000 note. The RBI has been given request not to print the Rs 2,000 notes. …On the off chance that any arrangement choice been taken amid the Parliament Session, the convention is to report it in the House.”

Up until this point, the RBI has printed 3.2 lakh crore bits of Rs 2,000 notes. “Also, now it has quit printing… RBI can’t spook. One note boycott has been done, the second one is being arranged. Give the Finance A chance to serve say…,” he said.

To this, Deputy administrator P J Kurien said “that is RBI’s activity.”

Agrawal at that point said that the before note boycott choice was taken by the legislature and not the RBI. “The RBI board had contradicted it yet the legislature took the choice. The prior choice (of demonetisation) was taken by the legislature, the second one is additionally from the administration,” he said.

Reverberating his perspectives, Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad excessively looked for illumination from the administration on whether it was wanting to present Rs 1,000 coins.

“Consistently we read about a coin of 1,000, 100 and 200. What is the genuine status? Is it true that we are to pass by what media is composing?

The House is to be edified by the Finance Minister. What is reality,” he inquired.

“Are we going to have coin of Rs 1,000. To convey coins, we need to buy a sack? We should know. Our sisters have the handbag. We should likewise need to purchase satchel just to convey the coins of Rs 1,000 (section),” he said and included that there was no governmental issues in this issue.

Tiruchi Siva (DMK) said he can’t get rid of the media reports totally and looked for elucidation from the legislature on the issue.

Sharad Yadav (JD-U) said the issue was not kidding as the bits of gossip are solid. The administration should clear up and stop the bits of gossip or else individuals will begin returning Rs 2,000 notes.

: The Opposition in Rajya Sabha today asked Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to illuminate whether the administration has chosen to scrap the recently propelled Rs 2,000 note and present a Rs 1,000 coin.

Be that as it may, Jaitley who was available in the House, did not react even as the Opposition individuals demanded for elucidation from him on the issue.

Raising a state of request amid the Zero Hour, Naresh Agrawal (SP) stated: “The administration has taken a choice to scrap Rs 2,000 note. The RBI has been given request not to print the Rs 2,000 notes. …On the off chance that any arrangement choice been taken amid the Parliament Session, the convention is to report it in the House.”

Up until this point, the RBI has printed 3.2 lakh crore bits of Rs 2,000 notes. “Also, now it has quit printing… RBI can’t spook. One note boycott has been done, the second one is being arranged. Give the Finance A chance to serve say…,” he said.

To this, Deputy administrator P J Kurien said “that is RBI’s activity.”

Agrawal at that point said that the before note boycott choice was taken by the legislature and not the RBI. “The RBI board had contradicted it yet the legislature took the choice. The prior choice (of demonetisation) was taken by the legislature, the second one is additionally from the administration,” he said.

Reverberating his perspectives, Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad excessively looked for illumination from the administration on whether it was wanting to present Rs 1,000 coins.

“Consistently we read about a coin of 1,000, 100 and 200. What is the genuine status? Is it true that we are to pass by what media is composing?

The House is to be edified by the Finance Minister. What is reality,” he inquired.

“Are we going to have coin of Rs 1,000. To convey coins, we need to buy a sack? We should know. Our sisters have the handbag. We should likewise need to purchase satchel just to convey the coins of Rs 1,000 (section),” he said and included that there was no governmental issues in this issue.

Tiruchi Siva (DMK) said he can’t get rid of the media reports totally and looked for elucidation from the legislature on the issue.

Sharad Yadav (JD-U) said the issue was not kidding as the bits of gossip are solid. The administration should clear up and stop the bits of gossip or else individuals will begin returning Rs 2,000 notes.