10 rupees coins finally bought a car worth 6 lakhs! The bank also had to refuse to take the coin, all this happened

Car bought with 10 rupees coins: Employees of a car dealer in Tamil Nadu’s Dharmapuri were stunned when a man came to the showroom with a bag full of coins of Rs 10 denomination to buy a car. In the end he bought a car worth Rs 6 lakh with coins of Rs 10. 10 […]
 


10 rupees coins finally bought a car worth 6 lakhs!  The bank also had to refuse to take the coin, all this happened

Car bought with 10 rupees coins: Employees of a car dealer in Tamil Nadu’s Dharmapuri were stunned when a man came to the showroom with a bag full of coins of Rs 10 denomination to buy a car. In the end he bought a car worth Rs 6 lakh with coins of Rs 10.

10 rupees coins finally bought a car worth 6 lakhs!
Vetrivel from Aurur said that his mother runs the shop and the customers refuse to accept Rs 10 coins. A huge pile of coins was found from his house. So he decided to buy a car with the help of these coins. So I decided that what I really need to do is learn how to do it the right way. Vetrivel collected 60,000 coins of Rs 10 denomination in a month, taking the total to Rs 6 lakh. Dealerships were initially hesitant. But seeing Vetrivel’s insistence, he said yes.

The bank also refused to accept the coins,
No one was willing to accept the coins, says Vetrivel. The banks said they did not have people to count the money. Why don’t banks accept coins when RBI has not declared them worthless? No action is taken on complaints. Vetrivel said. Vetrivel along with his relatives went to the showroom carrying bags of Rs 10 coins, where the employees paid and handed over the car keys.

The owner of the car showroom also refused to accept the coins.
Vetrivel collected Rs 10 coins and collected Rs 6 lakh for about a month, after which he reached the car showroom in Dharmapuri, Tamil Nadu.
Here he first chose the car and then asked to pay in coins. Although the showroom owner initially refused to enter into the deal, the car showroom owner eventually agreed, despite Vetrivel’s insistence and interest.

 

This is not the first such case, this
Not the first case of its kind. Earlier, a person had paid Rs 1.5 lakh with Re 1 coins for a two-wheeler. He collected the coins over about three years, and it took the bike showroom staff 10 hours to count them. Similarly a daily wage laborer bought a scooter for his family for one, two, five and 10 coins.

10 rupee coins in most parts of Maharashtra including state restrictions on Maharashtra 10 rupee coin is in circulation in most parts of the state, but no one is ready to accept 10 rupee coin in most parts of the state including Marathwada. , According to banks, RBI has not issued any order to discontinue the coin. Although the shopkeepers in and around the city refuse to accept the coin, no one accepts the coin from them. Many have ten rupee coins but they are still lying. Some of them seem to have broken the coin. Who is responsible for the constant humiliation of Rajmudra? Such a question exists. Ten rupee coin is closed in the area.

bank appeal

Meanwhile, rumors were rife that Rs 10 coins have been discontinued at various places across the country including Mumbai, Aurangabad and Nashik. Due to this, traders including common consumers are confused. Notably the RBI clarified that the coin was not closed, but the confusion remained. The Rs 10 coin is in circulation and should be accepted by all shopkeepers and customers. Ten rupee coin is a legal tender issued by the Reserve Bank and refusing to accept it is an offense under the law. 20 rupee coin is in circulation, but it is being accepted in practice. The ten rupee coin is in circulation and the administration has repeatedly disclosed it in the newspaper. Consumers are also requested to take the same.