Mangaluru: Bank employee gets fake, elongated Rs 50 note


Team Udayavani, Jan 30, 2020, 3:06 PM IST

Mangaluru: An incident of a faulty Rs 50 note has come to notice of a bank employee. The note is 1.5 cm longer than the existing new Rs 50 notes.

K Vikram Naik, a retired bank employee said that he noticed the unusual note in one of the bundles he had withdrawn from the bank on Tuesday, January 28.

The length of a Rs 50 note is 13.5 cm, however, the note in Naik’s bundle was almost 15 cm – and an additional length of 1.5 cm.

Naik concluded that this must be a printing error.

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