Mumbai - Don’t fret over the ban of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes. Your money is absolutely safe. Prime Minister did announce a ban on them, but he also made some provisions keeping the common man in mind. Following the ban, he ordered petrol pump, railway ticket counters, hospitals and chemist to accept these notes.
So, now if you have these notes, you can simply deposit them in your bank account or get them exchanged. For that you will have to produce pan card, aadhar card or voters identity card in your bank.
So, if you are not in possession of black money, relax. You have 50 days at disposal to exchange the demonitised notes.
Keep these points in mind:-
Don’t crowd petrol pumps to get rid of Rs. 500 and 1000 notes
ATM will reopen by Friday
New notes of Rs. 2000 and Rs. 500 will come in use by Thursday
Yes it’s tedious but let’s be patient
Bank's will operate on Saturday and Sunday
This is what our CM said -
“Those who have hard earned money need not worry. Those who are involved in black money should be scared. Once the banks start functioning, everything will be alright.”
Economist Raghav Narsale shares the same sentiment. “There is no need to panic as we are maintaining a good cash flow. Also, don’t invest hastily. If you do so, there are chances that you might not get good returns. Wait for few days and once the banks start, you will be able to deposit your money,” he concluded.