The Governor of Reserve Bank of India promised to pay the amount. He will keep the promise. He will pay you the amount by crediting your bank account with equal amount once you deposit the note in bank.
Sent: Thursday, November 24, 2016 11:03 AM
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Subject: RE: [IAC#RG] Public Query on Demonetisation of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 OHD
I am very much surprised to receive your above letter written to Governor and other persons, whereby you told that amount should be paid to you, as RBI has promised to pay you, its right so they can exchange your note from new notes, which are valid currency, however you have mentioned that you don't want to show/ provide your identity, which has doubt about your intension,
Whether you wish to support the persons, who are having black money, why you are raising such issue that you will not provide your identification ? r u afraid or you are having black money ?
When you are doing great work through various issues, however we not agree with you in this move, why you wish to raise such issue, that will give strength to the persons, who are having black money ? I am surprised that you are writing such letters ( now we are suspicious about your intentions) towards Indian Fight Corruption campaign
Why are you afraid to give your identity, when it is genuine and you earned it though genuine means.
Hope you will circulate this mail to everyone.
Thanks with Best Regards
CA Chitranjan Bharadia
1) The Governor, Reserve Bank of India
2) The Secretary, Department of Financial Services (GOI),
3) Chief Minister of Delhi
Sub: Public Query on Demonetisation of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 OHD
I am informed that the Govt of India on 8 November 2016 has notified that OHD notes of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 are withdrawn and shall not be legal tender w.e.f midnight between 08.11.2016 and 09.11.2016.
The term "legal tender" essentially means "coins or banknotes that must be accepted if offered in payment of a debt"
However, each of the withdrawn note carries the assurance of the Reserve Bank of India, through its Governors, that "I promise to pay the bearer the sum of Five Hundred Rupees". or "I promise to pay the bearer the sum of One Thousand Rupees".
I am holding some OHD note of Rs. 500 and also some OHD notes of Rs. 1000.
I wish to be immediately paid in sum against these notes since I no longer have faith in currency notes issued by RBI and I am also not at all prepared to accept in exchange the new promissory notes being issued by RBI which are presently worthless to me and which contain an unacceptable political slogan.
Furthermore, since these OHD notes with me are genuine bearer notes issued by Governor RBI and withdrawn from ATMs / counters of PSU Banks, I am not prepared to provide / show any identification to exchange them since these are bearer notes.
Accordingly, kindly inform me when, where and how I can immediately exchange my aforesaid OHD notes for their sum.
NB: This communication is sent in larger public interest of persons who insist on financial inclusion in banking system
Er. Sarbajit Roy
INDIA FIGHTS CORRUPTION
FIPS FORUM (Financial Inclusion and Payment Systems Forum)
Address: B-59 Defence Colony, New Delhi 110024
Tel : +91-8010205897