India has taken up movement to embrace digital transactions: PM Narendra Modi
DigiDhan Mela was a two-day awareness camp to create awareness about digital payments and it recorded a total transactions worth Rs 60,000.
India has taken up the movement to embrace digital transactions with “unprecedented vigour”, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday night while commenting on DigiDhan Mela organised in Goa.Also Read - India may soon announce its own ‘Atmanirbhar’ app store as alternative to Google, Apple
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“Today’s #DigiDhanMela in Goa saw widescale participation. Colleagues @manoharparrikar, Shri Shripad Naik & CM Parsekar also took part,” Modi tweeted. “India has taken up the movement to embrace digital transactions with unprecedented vigour. My gratitude to people of India,” he added. The Prime Minister said every DigiDhan mela is “a fine way of learning about digital payments & even inspiring others to use digital means.” ALSO READ: PM Narendra Modi makes a renewed digital push, unveils Lucky Grahak Yojana and Digi Dhan Vyapaar YojanaAlso Read - Samsung pledges Rs 20 crore for Corona fight in India, PM Modi calls it 'Good gesture'