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Old Rs 500 notes valid at petrol pumps, for airline tickets till today

All India Radio Friday, 2 December 2016
Old Rs 500 notes valid at petrol pumps, for airline tickets till todayGovernment has said that old 500 rupee notes will not be accepted at petrol, diesel and gas outlets of public sector oil and gas marketing companies as well as for purchase of air tickets at airports from midnight tonight.Earlier the government had allowed payment through old 500 notes in these categories till 15th of this month.
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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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