It has been over a month since the Modi government launched the demonetisation scheme. Where Rs 1000 and Rs 500 currency notes is being removed from the main circulation in the Indian market. However, the implementation of the scheme has been a major problem and people are becoming patient less standing in the market.
In order to woo the middle class and the villages and common public and to increase people’s interest in cashless transaction the government has come up with scheme to increase more cashless transaction.
A big boost to move towards cashless and corruption free India. Two new schemes launched. pic.twitter.com/ZovNsrKiDp— PMO India (@PMOIndia) December 15, 2016
Focusing on aspirations on the poor, neo middle class and middle class.
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Strategic push towards increased cashless transactions.
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