‘We now have taken this initiative as a part of commemoration of the delivery centenary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’
Bangladesh Financial institution is about to launch commemorative gold and silver cash price Tk100 and common forex notes of Tk200 on the event of delivery centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on March 17.
The central financial institution’s initiative is to mark the historic second, stated a high official of the financial institution.
“We now have taken this initiative as a part of commemoration of the delivery centenary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman,” Sirajul Islam, govt director and spokesman of Bangladesh Financial institution, advised UNB.
He stated 1,050 gold cash of Tk100 and 5,000 silver cash of comparable worth will probably be launched.
Moreover, Tk200 forex notes can even come into the market to mark the event. However the variety of Tk200 notes to be launched is but to be determined, he added.
He, nevertheless, didn’t give any element of the brand new commemorative notes.
At current, there are common forex notes of Tk1, Tk2, Tk5, Tk10, Tk20, Tk50, Tk100, Tk500 and Tk1000 can be found out there, which have been launched on totally different events. Their designs have been modified a number of instances as properly.
Earlier, the Bangladesh Financial institution additionally launched a Tk40 observe to commemorate the “40th Victory Anniversary of Bangladesh” in 2011.
The Tk40 commemorative observe featured a portrait of the Father of the Nation and the Nationwide Martyrs’ Memorial in Savar within the entrance, and 6 armed males on the again.
Bangladesh Financial institution launched a Tk60 observe to commemorate “60 years of Nationwide Motion” on February 15, 2012, whereas it issued a Tk25 observe to commemorate the 25th anniversary (silver jubilee) of the Safety Printing Company (Bangladesh) Ltd on January 26, 2013.
On July 8, 2013, Bangladesh Financial institution issued a Tk100 observe to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Bangladesh Nationwide Museum.