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Spelling error in Re 2,000 note a hoax

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New Delhi, Nov 12: The new currency notes are sure giving many people sleepless nights. In the midst of all this panic a rumour did the rounds that one website reported that there was a mistake in which 'do hazaae rupaiye' was written.

At the back of the note the value of the currency is written in 15 languages. If one looks at the note it is written don hazaar rupaiye in the Devanagiri script. After being pointed out social media was filled with questions.

Spelling error in Re 2,000 note a hoax

However the reality is that while the Devanagiri script has been used the fact is languages such as Marathi, Nepali, Konkani and Sanskrit use the same script.

The Quint reports, "w the news of the error created panic among Twitterati, who began to wonder if the Reserve Bank of India would have to withdraw the notes again, we can all relax, because the "error" is just an expression of the value in another language.'"

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