The State Bank of Pakistan on Monday approved Rs 500 notes without Optical Variable Ink (OVI) flag, dispersing questions about the legitimacy of such notes. The questions about the legitimacy of the Rs 500 notes rose up out of some web-based social networking reports.
The national bank, notwithstanding, scattered this sentiment vulnerability among masses expressing that from 2006 to 2009, Rs 500 notes were issued without the OVI flag highlight.
Rs 500 notes OVI Flag Reality
The OVI is a hostile to forging gauge utilized on many significant present day banknotes, and also on other authority archives, which shows two unmistakable hues relying upon the point the bill is seen at. The State Bank had presented new plan Rs 500 notes in 2006. The SBP said that it had added the OVI flag highlight to effectively existing security includes on the notes from January 25, 2010. The shading moving flag made of Optical Variable Ink (OVI) was added to upgrade the counter duplicating flexibility and simplicity in distinguishing proof by the overall population, it said in a press explanation.
This, despite that, brought about accessibility of both sorts of Rs 500 notes, the announcement included. It is, in this way, illuminated for advantage of all worried that new plan banknotes of Rs500, with and without OVI flag, are bona fide given all other security elements are in place, the SBP said.
State Bank said that it had presented new outline banknotes of Rs 500 in 2006. These banknotes convey cutting edge security highlights, furthermore, change in size, outline and shading plan. Check SBP Web from here.
About Pakistani Currency
The issuance of the cash is controlled by the State Bank of Pakistan, the national bank of the nation. The most normally utilized image for the rupee is Rs, utilized on receipts when buying products and ventures. In the nation, the rupee is likewise spelled as “rupees”, “rupaya” or “rupaye”. As standard in Pakistani English, substantial estimations of rupees are tallied regarding thousands, lakh (100 thousand) and crore (10 million), 1 Arab (1 billion), and the 1 Kharab (100 billion).