New Currency Note of 5000

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5 Comments so far

  1. Fauzan Sohail (unregistered) on June 3rd, 2006 @ 5:58 pm

    shows to go how de-valued the currency has become. What is a common man to do with a mere ruppee these days even!


  2. Asma (unregistered) on June 5th, 2006 @ 2:08 am

    Yeah, and even then Govt officials saying oh it has nothing to do with destability … I guess there’s no country (atleast developed or developing) having a 5K note for whatever the curreny is !


  3. garg (unregistered) on June 5th, 2006 @ 6:34 pm

    Zimbabwe just issued a 100,000 currency note so citizens can buy a loaf of bread with out having to hand over a bundle of cash.


  4. Asma (unregistered) on June 5th, 2006 @ 9:32 pm

    Lolz really :>


  5. ghaliaaymen (unregistered) on June 7th, 2006 @ 1:57 pm

    regarding this picture i have something to say:

    few days back when i saw this picture the first thing came in my mind was”WHAT”? is the state bank os idly sitting that they couldn’t find any better way of utalizing their capabilities in their field.in a country where per capita income not more than 3,000 rupees,then what is the use of making a 5,000 rupee note?is it to make it easy for the people to get money in a hand bag,as a bribe.

    in USA,the country we “worship”,for many years the biggest note they have os of 100$,as our 100 rupee.we can’t control our inflation rate but we can adore notes with beautiful colours.
    the state bank claims that it is”prosperity” that is a cause of printing a 5,000 rupee note.i ask is a person with 5 notes of 1,000 rupees.less properous?

    if the state bank,indirectly admitting that the value of money is going down,then they must be bold enough to admit it openly.

    i feel ashamed of myself and on this nation, who do not raise their voices against the wrong things happening in our country.



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