Mumbai/Mysuru: Indian currency note printing units in Nasik and Dewas have stopped printing Rs 500 currency notes as there were mistakes found in the currency notes printed. Now, printing works have been shifted from those printing units to Reserve bank of India (RBI) owned currency note printing unit located in Mysuru.
Currency note printing unit at Nasik in Maharshtra and Dewas located in Madhya Pradesh. Both units come under Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India of union finance ministry. Printing capacities of both units was low and were capable to print only 50 lakh currency notes of Rs 500 currency notes per day through old machines. However, currency note printing unit located in Mysuru is competent to print 2 crore notes of Rs 500 currency notes a day.