What is Zero Rupee Note?

A zero rupee note is a currency replica that was released in India as a means of aiding in the battle against political corruption on a systemic level.

The notes are “paid” in protest by enraged residents to government workers who demand bribes in exchange for services that are meant to be provided free of charge to the public.

The zero rupee notes, which are designed to look like the regular 50 rupee banknote of India, are the creation of a non-governmental organization known as 5th Pillar, which has distributed over 2.5 million notes since its inception in 2007.

As of August 2014, the organization had distributed over 2.5 million zero rupee notes since its inception in 2007.

The notes are still in use today, with thousands of notes being handed each month.

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