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Karachi: Apropos the rumors circulating on social media regarding discontinuation of Rs.5000 banknote, SBP categorically rejects all such rumors and requests the general public to pay no heed to such disinformation.
KARACHI -- Responding to the rumours circulating on social media regarding discontinuation of Rs 5000 banknote, State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has once again categorically rejected all these rumours and has requested the general public to pay no heed to such disinformation.
ISLAMABAD -- Apropos the rumors circulating on social media regarding discontinuation of Rs.5000 banknote, SBP categorically rejects all such rumors and requests the general public to pay no heed to such disinformation.
5000 banknote, SBP categorically rejects all such rumours and requests the general public to pay no heed to such disinformation.
In a statement issued on Monday, the central bank rejected all such rumours and requested the general public to pay no heed to them.
KARACHI: Responding to rumours circulating on social media regarding discontinuation of Rs 5000 banknotes, State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has once again categorically rejected all these rumours and requested the general public to pay no heed to such disinformation.
It pointed out that the Qatari official institutions and media outlets which claim that the quartets' sovereign decisions amount to so-called "blockade that violated human rights" - pay no heed to the rights and liberties of citizens and residents living in the four countries.