Your new Currency Notes would turn Invalid after this new decree of RBI.

Your new Currency Notes would turn Invalid after this new decree of RBI.

If you don’t pay attention to the new decree of the RBI, all your currency notes would turn invalid. According to the RBI, if the new currency note is found with any offensive text containing religious or political slogans or business purposes written on it, the currency note would be considered illegal.
Though RBI has made it clear that a currency note with color or ink will be considered valid. The information has come under the Right To Information Act.
Referring to the Currency Refund Rules 2009, the RBI said that the currency notes on which any objectionable words or any expression in any political or religious form is mentioned will be taken as illegal. RBI further added that the currency notes will be rejected if anything is written for the purpose of promoting the interest of a person or enterprise.
Although 50 paisa coins are now not visible in the market but it is clear from the information found in an RTI report that 50 paisa coins can be deposited in the banks and are valid for the payment of up to rupees 10.
Under Section 6(1) of the Coin Act 2011, coins of any value, which is supposed to be less than one rupee are valid for the payment of up to a thousand rupees.