Note ban: Let people with genuine reasons deposit old notes, SC tells govt

Demonetisation, note ban, Rs 2,000

Centre has two weeks to respond; apex court says people cannot be made to suffer

Latest news : In a big relief to all those who are bearing the brunt of demonetisation, the Supreme Court on Tuesday rapped the Centre and asked them to give another chance to “genuine people to deposit old notes”.


The Centre has been given two weeks to respond.


Rebuking the Centre for setting up a deadline for depositing demonetised currency, the apex court observed, “One cannot make people suffer if they have genuine reasons, should be allowed to deposit old notes”.


The Supreme Court today asked the Central government and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), whether a window can be provided to the people who could not deposit their old Rs. 500 and 1,000 currency notes.


The Central government told the division bench of the Apex Court today that it would file an affidavit in the case


The apex court was hearing a petition filed by advocate Sudha Mishra and others seeking a direction from it in connection with the deposit of old currency notes of Rs. 500 and 1,000


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