Post the demonetization, various changes were procured by the Reserve Bank of India, out if which the introduction of RS 2000 notes played a crucial role. After going through the multiple changeovers, the government’s roping in of the high denominations raised some serious concerns.
Despite this, in various occasions, RBI also released its statements and models of the new Rs 50 and Rs 100 notes, that’ll be on the table very soon, within a couple of months.
After the meeting that took place a couple of days back, i.e; in March 2017 sources from the RBI stated:
“The process of printing the new Rs 200 notes is likely to begin after June, once the government officially approves this new denomination.”
In addition to this, in a recent bid, the RBI also mentioned that it has plans to manufacture the Rs 10 notes from the plastic material, contrary to its general cotton-paper based.
[The above image shown is just a 2000 rupee note with color change and not the original specimen copy of 200 rupees note!]