SBP Issues Rs 50 Coin On International Corruption Day

SBP issues Rs 50 coin on International Corruption Day

Copper and nickel were especially used in making of this coin.

Islamabad (Pakistan Point News – 21st December, 2018) The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has introduced Rs 50 coin.

According to details, the new coin introduced by the SBP has “Hamara Emaan, Corruption Free Pakistan” (Our faith, corruption free Pakistan) written behind it.

Sources said that the special Rs 50 coin was introduced on International Corruption Day.

Copper and nickel were especially used in making of this coin. At least 75 per cent copper and 25 per cent nickel was used in making this coin.

The coin weighs 13.5 gram while its breadth is 30 millilitre. The coin has ‘Islami Jamhuria Pakistan’ (Islamic Republic of Pakistan) written in urdu at its edge. The coin is made in a beautiful design.

The picture of the coin introduced by SBP is going viral on social media. The beautiful design of the coin is visible in the picture.

Earlier, a Rs 50 coin was unveiled at the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) on March 31, 2017, to commemorate the services of late philanthropist Abdul Sattar Edhi.

On May 9, 2018, the State Bank SBP had issued a commemorative coin of Rs 50 recognizing the meritorious services rendered by Dr Ruth Martha Pfau Katherina in controlling the disease of Leprosy in the country.