PM Modi launched e-RUPI, said – a new dimension will be added in digital payments
New Delhi: e-RUPI is digital payment platform, which has been made completely cashless and contactless. This digital platform will ensure that payment is made to the service provider only after the transaction is completed. Let us know what is e-rupee, how it will work and where it can be used. However, before this, let us know the main things of the Prime Minister’s address on this occasion…
A new dimension to digital governance: Modi PM Modi said on this occasion that today the country is giving a new dimension to digital governance. E-Rupee Voucher is going to play a huge role in making DBT more effective for digital transactions in the country. This will go a long way in providing targeted, transparent and leakage free delivery to all.
Not only the government, if any general organization or organization wants to help someone in their treatment, in their studies or for any other work, then they will be able to give e-rupee instead of cash. This will ensure that the money given by him is used for the same work for which that amount has been given.
The PM said that e-rupee is, in a way, person as well as purpose specific. For the purpose for which any help or any benefit is being given, it will be used for that, it is going to ensure that e-rupee. He said that but today the country has rejected the thinking of those people, and has also been proved wrong. Today the thinking of the country is different, it is new. Today we are looking at technology as a tool of progress, to help the poor.
Prime Minister Modi said that earlier in our country some people used to say that technology is only for the rich, India is a poor country, so what is the use of technology for India? When our government used to talk about making technology a mission, many politicians, certain types of experts used to question it.
India is showing the world today that they are second to none in adopting technology and connecting with it. When it comes to innovation, use of technology in service delivery, India has the potential to deliver global leadership in collaboration with the world’s largest countries.
He said that our government started PM Svanidhi Yojana. Today, in small and big cities of the country, more than 23 lakh street vendors and vendors have been helped under this scheme. In this Corona period, about Rs 2300 crore has been given to them.
The world is accepting the iron of the work that has been done in the last 6-7 years for digital infrastructure and digital transactions in the country. Especially in India, a huge base of fintech has been created. This is not the case even in big countries.