Indian government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s initiative to make India a cashless economy is receiving good response. Demonetization is doing wonders in making people aware about the importance of Digital India.
Stepping up to the occasion this small Union Territory, along the Arabian Sea coast, has become the first cashless region of India.
Yes, Daman and Diu, the tiny Union Territory, takes pride in becoming the first cashless region of the country.
Minister of State for Home Hansraj Gangaram Ahir has commended the UT administration for taking the initiative to make Daman and Diu the first cashless region of the country.
During a recent visit to the Union Territory, Ahir lauded the painstaking efforts of the UT administration in successfully making Daman and Diu a cashless region. At least 190 teams of trained volunteers visited over 25,000 households spread across the UT to educate their members about the benefits of cashless transactions, an official statement said.