The printing of paper-like banknotes in India is made by using 100 per cent cotton, according to RBI.
Soiled, mutilated or imperfect currency notes are not useless. Such notes can be exchanged by any bank branch or Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issue office on the condition that they are not fake.
Importantly, notes on which religious or political slogans are written cease to be legal tender and are not exchangeable. Branches of co-operative banks and regional rural banks (RRBs) are not eligible to exchange mutilated notes.
What is a soiled currency note?
First Published: Jul 05 2022 | 06:00 AM IST