Nowadays the circulation of fake notes is increasing rapidly. Many times people are not able to identify real-fake notes. Today we are going to tell you how you can identify real-fake notes. Some time ago, the RBI in its annual report, had said that more than Rs 5.45 crore worth of fake notes were seized in the year 2020-21. According to this report, a total of 2,08,625 fake notes were seized in the financial year 2020-21. The highest of these is 100 rupee notes. In such a situation, 100 notes of a total value of 11073600 rupees have been seized. At the same time, 100 rupee notes are a major part of our daily transactions. Recently, 7 crore fake notes have also been seized in Maharashtra. In such a situation, if you have to identify the real and fake notes of 100 rupees, then there is an easy way for it.
The first way to identify the real new 100 rupee note is to have 100 written in Devanagari on both the front parts of the real note. Apart from this, there is a photo of Mahatma Gandhi in the middle of the note. The real 100 rupee note is written, RBI, India, India and 100 in small letters. The note with a value of Rs 100 or more has a portrait of Mahatma Gandhi, the seal of the Reserve Bank, the guarantee and promise clause, the Ashoka Pillar, the signature of the RBI Governor and the identification mark for the visually impaired persons printed in the intaglio.
- Talk about 200, 500 and 2000 rupee notes so on these the value is written with colour changing ink. When the note is kept flat the colour of these digits appears green, but when rotated slightly it turns into blue.
Apart from this, when the note is displayed in front of a light, it looks like 500 written here. During this time, if you keep a note on the angle of 45 degrees in front of the eye, then 500 will be seen written in Devanagari. At the same time, compared to the old note, the orientation and position of Mahatma Gandhi's picture is a little different. If you turn this note lightly, then the colour of the security 3d becomes green to blue. At the same time, compared to the old note, the governor's signature, guarantee clause, promise clause and RBI logo have shifted to the right. The picture of Mahatma Gandhi and also the electrotype watermark.
- The year of printing of the 500 note is written on the note. There is a language panel on the centre side. The logo of Swachh Bharat is printed with the slogan.
- Along with this, there is a silver-coloured machine redeemable security thread on the front side of the bank's 10, 20, and 50 denomination notes. This security thread appears to be yellow when kept in ultraviolet light. When placed opposite to the light, it looks in a straight line.