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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is focused on digital payments and hee has been promoting the same from the past few years urging the people to follow cashless transactions. In the latest edition of his radio broadcast Mann Ki Baat on Sunday, Narendra Mod urged the people to switch to digital payments from cash transactions. He said that this move would boost up the digital economy of the country and would develop transparency. He urged the people to try out 'Cashless Day Out' to experience digital payment modes like UPI Bhim. Modi said that the country is now witnessing cashless and digital transactions worth Rs 20,000 crores everyday.
India is being transformed and one such transformation is seen in the manner in which our fellow citizens are embracing digital payments.— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 24, 2022
Have you ever tried a ‘cashless day out’ or gone on a vacation and paid digitally most of the times? #MannKiBaat pic.twitter.com/t0Kb4cKLE7
"The small online payments are building the digital economy of the country. One must know about the convenience of the digital payments in the country. The UPI transactions reached Rs 10 lakh crores in March 2021. Your experience is an inspiration to many in the country. There is a huge necessity for the conservation of water in the country. The Indian government would use Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav in every district of the nation. The parents and students should try Vedic Mathematics. Mathematics has never been a difficult subject for the Indians" told Narendra Modi.