India (RBI) had issued new notes of denomination Rs 5,, Rs , Rs 5 and Rs 2, as well as coins of denomination Rs 1,, Rs and. Point is that the Reserve Bank of India did issue a Rs 1, coin, however, it was of commemorative in nature and had no legal value. In The launch of the Rs. 1, commemorative coins has attracted the attention of many. It was brought out to commemorate 1, years of the Brihadeeswara.
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Government has in the recent past, imported coins to augment the indigenous production. Members of public are requested to avoid holding on to coins and instead, use them freely for transactions to ensure that there is a smooth circulation of coins. The members of the public can approach the RBI offices or the above agencies for requirement of coins. Claim: RBI has released new currency as legal tender. Since then, numerous coins from 5 paise to Rs have been issued. Fact Check: The claim is false. Notes in denomination of Rs. Rs A Times Of India report stated that a Rs coin was released as a commemorative coin in by new 1000 rupee coin in india
government to celebrate the new 1000 rupee coin in india years of Brihadeeswara temple. Appeal to the Public The Bank, with active co-operation from various agencies, has been endeavouring to distribute the coins in an equitable manner to all parts of the country. The same claim was viral last year also. The statement further added that "there are doubts in some quarters, regarding the genuineness of such coins which has resulted in reluctance on the part of some traders, shopkeepers and members of the public to accept coins. Government has in the recent past, imported coins to augment the indigenous production.