The government of India has demonetised the current Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes, but it plans to replace these with new Rs 500 and Rs 2000 notes. However, rumours are spreading about the upcoming Rs 2000 note, with messages being circulated on WhatsApp which claim the new higher denomination currency comes with a Nano-GPS chip installed on it.
The message claims these notes are embedded with Nano-GPS chips which act as a signal reflector, giving precise location coordinates of the currency in order to allow every note to be tracked. Apparently the chip is so strong that one can track these Rs 2000 notes even if they are kept 120 metres below the ground level, according to the message.
The new Rs 2000 note does come with a motif of Mangalayan on the back, and it has special features for the visually impaired as well. But Nano-GPS chip is nowhere close to the truth.
But after watching this video it will make you think on it. Not sure whether its true or not