Wednesday, 17 January 2018

Did You know that India has a Zero Rupee Note?

Are you aware that there is a zero currency in India? If it in Nigeria, it would be called "N0" like "Zero Naira."

In the 2007 a non-governmental organisation committed to the fight against corruption created a Zero Rupee currency. This currency is not for spending but for the fight against corruption inf Asian country.

The 5th Pillar, an anti-curruption organization in India issued the currency in 2007. Citizens are advised to issued the note to government officials asking for bribe.
The Transparency International ranked India as the 87th most corrupt place in 2010. Other countries using the zero currency to fight corruption are g Yemen, Ghana, Benin, Mexico and Nepa

Here is a photo of the Indian Zero Rupee.

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