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Home Business Info minister debunks fake notification of Rs5,000 note ban

Info minister debunks fake notification of Rs5,000 note ban

Murtaza Solangi warns govt would take strict action against those spreading such fake news

by NWMNewsDesk
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Caretaker Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Murtaza Solangi, has categorically denied the authenticity of a circulating notification on social media, which claimed that the government was set to ban the Rs5,000 currency note.

The misleading notification, purportedly issued by the Finance Division, had suggested that the Rs5,000 note would cease to be legal tender after September 30, advising citizens to exchange these notes at banks or other financial institutions.

It also implied that after the deadline, these notes could only be accepted at designated government offices and the central bank.

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