After Effects Of Demonetization: Twitter Mocks At RBI’s Rapid Changing Rules

If there is something that changes every day, then the first of such kind will be RBI’s rules after. It’s been more than a month and every day certain modifications in RBI rules are observed.

Earlier, RBI stated that a withdrawal limit is Rs 5000 per week, on the same day, RBI stated that the limit is dropped to Rs 2000.

Well, that was the day when modifications started taking place. Now one can simply hear the notification of new RBI rules every day.

Prime Minister earlier on November 8 said that people can deposit any amount of their invalid currency in the bank by December 30. Quickly thereafter, finance minister Arun Jaitley took over the screen saying the deposit limit is Rs 2.5 lakh, and someone who wish to deposit more then that has to give proper explanation and proofs.

Later another norm came to limelight, that states “Tenders of SBNs (Specified Bank Notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000) in excess of Rs 5,000 into a bank account will be received for credit only once during the remaining period till December 30, 2016.”

RBI explained, “The credit in such cases shall be afforded only after questioning (the) tenderer, on record, in the presence of at least two officials of the bank, as to why this could not be deposited earlier and receiving a satisfactory explanation.”

This doesn’t end here,

Later to that, Modi further stated that people can deposit their invalid money too, but they have to pay 50% as tax including some other regulations as penalties.

How can something change so many times, these abnormal and rapid changes in the RBI rules fussed up people’s faith in the country’s bank and left them in chaos.

Meanwhile, Twitter took this specifically and ended up mocking RBI at the whole next level.

Someone trolled the RBI rules comparing them to the Thumbs up add, on the other side, popular actor Paresh Rawal tweeted “

 

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