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Fake message make rounds

Fake message make rounds

Mumbai - Trending jokes on Whatsapp, social networking sites, in connection with demonetization of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes has amused everyone. But it's not always amusing, especially when the wrong information gets viral. A message is circulated which says on the note of Rs 2,000, 2000 in words have been written twice in Marathi, which is incorrect. Actually it is not written twice, one of the language is Konkani and other is Marathi. Detail information is given on RBI website entailing how many languages have been written on the notes.

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