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‘Digital India’ – a tool to fight middlemen & curb corruption: PM Modi

Interacting with beneficiaries of Digital India via the namo app, Prime Minister said that Digital India was launched with a simple focus to ensure more people can benefit from the joys of technology, especially in rural areas.

He also underlined the importance of increased use of home grown Rupay card and appealed to everyone to adopt it for digital transactions.

Prime Minister Narednra Modi interacted with beneficiaries of the various Digital India programs via the namo app. He told the beneficiaries that the initiative has brought in a huge change in the social order.

He said that government launched Digital India with a very simple focus – to ensure more people can benefit from the joys of technology, especially in rural areas.

Prime Minister made a pertinent point when he said that the digital India is a war against corruption and culture of commission and middle men in getting the work done.

He further warned them that many people with vested interests are spreading false rumours and canards about the efficiency of Digital India. 

He said that the National knowledge network, which connects 1700 research and educational institutions, is a high speed Gigabite network and provides a strong support to Digital India.

He also said that the common service centres are providing facilities to the people at their doorsteps.

Prime Minister’s interaction with the beneficiaries was a healthy communication with many beneficiaries recounting their success stories with the help of digital India initiative.

The Prime Minister has already interacted with beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Jan Aushadhi Yojana, and Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana through the Namo App.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has hailed Digital India initiative as an effective instrument in a decisive war against corruption and touts.

Interacting with beneficiaries of Digital India via the namo app, PM said that digital India was launched with a simple focus…to ensure more people can benefit from the joys of technology, especially in rural areas…He also underlined the importance of increased use of home grown Rupay card and appealed to everyone to adopt it for digital transactions.

Prime Minister made a pertinent point when he said that the digital India is a war against corruption and culture of commission and middle men in getting the work done. He added that today the middle men are a worried lot because of digtial India.

The beneficiaries of Digital India shared their experiences with the Prime Minister. They told him how their lives have been transformed through initiatives like Common Service Centers which are churning out village level entrepreneurs and generating employment at the local level.

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