Rs 1000 notes news: - After the ban of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes in the demonetisation, the five hundred notes were back in the Indian market with a new look and 2000 notes were introduced by the Reserve Bank of the India. Since the ban of thousand rupee note, everyone is curious about its comeback with a new look from the RBI and there were speculations that the new 1000 rupee note is coming soon in the India. But the Secretary of Economic Affairs of India, Shaktikanta Das, rubbished the rumors and said that they have no plans to introduce a thousand rupee note as of now via his twitter handle.

He wrote "No plans to introduce Rs 1000 notes. The focus is on production and supply of Rs 500 and lower denomination notes." on his twitter. Thus he revealed that currently they want to focus more on the supply of the new five hundred notes and lower denomination notes rather than the 1000 rupee note.

People want to see Rs 1000 back and ban on Rs 2000

Since the introduction of Rs 2000 note, there was huge displeasure among the people as many people opine that the corruption could be even more easier with the introduction of a bigger note. They want to see the ban on Rs 2000 note and are urging to see the Rs 1000 back in the place of the Rs 2000.

But it seems like the Reserve Bank of India is in no mood to ban the Rs 2000 note and introduce Rs 1000 with the latest confirmation from Shaktikanta Das.

Shaktikanta Das request to Indian people

Since the implementation of demonetisation in the India, people are finding it difficult to get cash in the ATMS.

Even though the limit was lifted and the Government is taking measures by filling the ATMS faster, it appears that the cash crunch is still on. So the Secretary of Economic Affairs urges the people to withdraw the amount which is needed for them so that others do get a chance to request the withdrawal.

He wrote "Complaints of cash out in ATMs is being addressed. I request everyone to draw the cash they actually require.Overdrawal by some deprives others." on his twitter handle.