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28% citizens yet to deposit old currency in bank: Survey

The survey was conducted across 150 cities in India in which over 800 citizens participated

IANS  |  New Delhi 

A cashier displays the new 2000 Indian rupee banknotes inside a bank in Jammu (Photo: Reuters)
A cashier displays the new 2000 Indian rupee banknotes inside a bank in Jammu (Photo: Reuters)

Around 28% of respondents are yet to deposit their old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes in the and plan to do it before December 30, says a survey conducted by LocalCirlces, a community engagement platform.

The survey was conducted across 150 cities in India in which over 800 citizens participated.

While 28% indicated they were yet to deposit their old currency, approximately 60% indicated that they have already deposited their old currency in the bank.

Approximately 8 per cent people said they don't need or want to deposit the old notes while the remaining 4% said they will be using the old notes where they are being accepted.

28% citizens yet to deposit old currency in bank: Survey

The survey was conducted across 150 cities in India in which over 800 citizens participated

The survey was conducted across 150 cities in India in which over 800 citizens participated

Around 28% of respondents are yet to deposit their old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes in the and plan to do it before December 30, says a survey conducted by LocalCirlces, a community engagement platform.

The survey was conducted across 150 cities in India in which over 800 citizens participated.

While 28% indicated they were yet to deposit their old currency, approximately 60% indicated that they have already deposited their old currency in the bank.

Approximately 8 per cent people said they don't need or want to deposit the old notes while the remaining 4% said they will be using the old notes where they are being accepted.

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28% citizens yet to deposit old currency in bank: Survey

The survey was conducted across 150 cities in India in which over 800 citizens participated

Around 28% of respondents are yet to deposit their old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes in the and plan to do it before December 30, says a survey conducted by LocalCirlces, a community engagement platform.

The survey was conducted across 150 cities in India in which over 800 citizens participated.

While 28% indicated they were yet to deposit their old currency, approximately 60% indicated that they have already deposited their old currency in the bank.

Approximately 8 per cent people said they don't need or want to deposit the old notes while the remaining 4% said they will be using the old notes where they are being accepted.

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