Pakistan central bank says no plan for new notes
Reports about possible change in currency notes in Pakistan have been denied by the State Bank of Pakistan. There have been reports that country is changing its currency notes. The regulator said there are no plans to change the banknotes in the country. In a statement, it said the designs and images of proposed currency notes, which have been circulating on social media, were fake. Social media had carried reports suggesting that the newly appointed finance minister Asad Umar had decided to discontinue Rs 5000 banknotes. The new government was also reported to be keen to change banknotes worth Rs 50 to Rs 1000.