A New 75 Rupee Note in Pakistan is Going To Be Release On Platinum Jubilee
Pakistan will issue a new 75 rupee note as part of the country’s platinum anniversary celebrations. The new note has already been approved by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) and will be in circulation soon. The note should include images of important milestones and moments in Pakistan’s history. This is great news for collectors and numismatists who can now add an extra note to their collections!
The federal government has approved the design of a new 75 rupee note to commemorate Pakistan’s platinum anniversary. The banknote is printed on a local paper and features the anniversaries of Pakistan’s independence on August 14, 1947, and the establishment of the State Bank of Pakistan on July 1, 1948.
This new 75 Rupee Pakistani Note is part of the central bank’s effort to promote national unity and pride in Pakistan’s achievements. It will also serve as a reminder of the country’s rich history and culture. The new 75 Rupee banknote will come into circulation on August 14, 2022, the 75th anniversary of Pakistan’s independence.
New 75 Rupees Pakistani Banknote
The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has reportedly approved the issuance of a new 75 rupee commemorative note. The note would be part of Pakistan’s broader plan to redesign all of its banknotes. The new 75 rupee note would be similar in size and color to the current 50 rupee note. It will feature a portrait of the founder of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, on the front and an image of the Badshahi Mosque on the back.
The issuance of the new note is expected to face some resistance as Pakistan is currently facing an economic crisis. However, the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has insisted the new note will help boost tourism and GDP growth. Only time will tell if the new 75 rupee note will be a hit or miss.
To commemorate Pakistan’s platinum anniversary, the State Bank of Pakistan plans to issue a new Rs75 note. The nation will celebrate Pakistan’s 75th Independence Day on August 14, 2022.
SBP has not commented on whether it will issue a new 75 rupee note. But rumor has it that this commemorative is being issued to honor and celebrate the Mint’s 75th anniversary!
A special edition with an elite design, the red and black color combination seems appropriate as it was used by the General Boundary Commission of Pakistan during its partition into two separate countries, leading to the birth of the memorable slogan: “The Versions of Grain Flow in the Face the breadwinner”.
However, the central bank issued a 75 rupee commemorative coin last year to mark Pakistan’s 74th Independence Day. The coin is currently in use and available for circulation.
This is not the first time that the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has issued a commemorative coin or note. In the past, the central bank has issued coins and bills to commemorate various occasions such as the 50th and 60th days of Pakistan’s Independence, as well as anniversaries of national events such as Pakistan’s Resolution Day.