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Demonetisation: Today is the last day to use old Rs 500 notes at petrol pumps, for airline tickets

Zee News Friday, 2 December 2016
Old Rs 500 notes at petrol pumps and for airline tickets will be accepted till Friday (December 2) as against December 15 announced earlier.  
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News video: Govt Revises Old Currency Use Deadline

Govt Revises Old Currency Use Deadline 00:42

Old Rs 500 notes can be used at petrol pumps and airline ticket counters till tomorrow. The government has done this by retweeting a agency instead of issuing a notification.

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