PM said digital transactions in India witnessing very rapid surge

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday addressed the nation through his monthly radio broadcast ‘Mann Ki Baat’ where he lauded people for becoming technology driven and embracing digital economy.


“Our society is also increasingly turning out to be technology driven. Systems are getting technology driven. In a way, technology is becoming an inseparable part of our lives. In the recent days, one can see a lot of emphasis being laid on Digi-Dhan. Gradually, people are shedding their hard currency mindset and moving towards digital currency,” Modi said in the 28th episode of his radio broadcast.


The PM said digital transactions in India witnessing very rapid surge. “The young generation, in particular, is getting habituated to digital payments through its mobile handsets. I believe this to be a good portent. In recent times, Lucky Graahak Yojana and Digi-Dhan Vyapari Yojana have received overwhelming support,” he said.


For about two months now, everyday fifteen thousand people have been winning a prize of a thousand rupees each, he added.


Modi said that under the Digi-Dhan Yojana, ten lakh people have been rewarded, over fifty thousand traders have won prizes and an amount of almost over a hundred & fifty crores rupees has been earned as prize money by people who have promoted and carried forward this great campaign.


“Under this scheme, there are more than a hundred customers who have received prizes of one lakh rupees each. There are more than four thousand traders who have got prizes of fifty thousand rupees each. Be they farmers, traders, small entrepreneurs, professionals, housewives, students – all are enthusiastically participating and also getting benefits from it,” said he.


“When I wanted to know the analysis, as to whether it’s only the young people who come forward or there are elders persons too, I was heartened to learn that among the recipients, there were 15 year old young persons, as well as elderly people aged 65-70,” the PM said.



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