Fintotal News Analysis | Say No to Currency Notes for Garlands, Decorating Pandals, Showering on Celebrities
Say No to Currency Notes for Garlands, Decorating Pandals, Showering on Celebrities
Ruby Jacob, 12 Sep 2013

Bank notes should not be used for making garlands, adorning worship places, pandals and showering on public personalities since this leads to defacement and shortening of their life. Central bank RBI has appealed to the public to stop such practices and respect banknotes.

Making currency note garlands for newly-weds is a common practice in big fat Indian weddings and in election rallies to woo voters or by admirers of political leaders. Many rich devotees like to decorate festivals pandals and worship places with currency notes. Fans of celebrities and public personalities shower them with notes at social events. All such practices that can soil banknotes faster and reduce their life ought to be avoided.

In its public appeal, RBI reminds that currency notes are a symbol of the Sovereign and should be respected. It is taking measures to supply clean banknotes, in accordance with its Clean Note Policy, across the country and expects the public to do their part in increasing life of notes.

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