RBI rejects RTI on notes in JK

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Jammu: Reserve Bank of India has refused to share information about total number of currency notes of Rs. 2000 and Rs. 500 that were issued  to different banks/financial institutions operating in Jammu and Kashmir State since new notes were released.

 

In an official communiqué in response to an RTI application of applicant Raman Sharma, the Chief Public Information Officer of the Reserve Bank of India vide their letter number RBIND/R/2017/50598 dated 16/03/2017 have stated that the sought information is not available in the form in which it is sought and rejected his RTI plea. 

 

Earlier in his RTI plea dated 14/Feb/2017, Raman had asked for detail of total number of currency notes of Rs. 2000 and Rs. 500 that were issued  to different banks/financial institutions operating in Jammu and Kashmir State  between the period 08/Nov/2016 to 31/Dec/2016.

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