Source: News Bharati English13 Nov 2016 13:55:35
Mumbai, November 13: It is a revolutionary initiative taken to soothe transactions for a common man on daily basis. Cobblers, carpenters, street vendors are shifting to this digital mode which is an astounding effect of demonetization leading to a digital change. This initiative led by such kind of economic class portrays that every single individual despite of belonging to any economic class is in mission to help common man through digital mode.
Yes, our daily routine purchases are made easy via online transactions through digital and online payment modes like Paytm, Freecharge etc, which are time saving and helping people to tackle the currency issue.
Bypassing the long queues before the banks people are swiftly shifting towards more easy modes of payments. This time it’s not only Dominos or McD or KFC or even Big Bazaar like brands are making transaction online but the section of seller which was not even the part of our India’s economy is participating in the digital India movement of PM Modi, by accepting his dues via online payment modes.
People are expressing their satisfaction towards this digital mode by saying “Digital India....sadak pe hai par hai digital”, when people like cobbler and street vendor took initiative to keep their customers satisfied.
The social media is active to share the assuring images and their feeling t see this transformation.
Cobblers and carpenters with local Thela vendors are displaying the stickers of Paytm and Freecharge. Here are some-
This is an impactful phase where nation is standing together for each other to get rid of black money no matter what challenges they have to face. India heading towards a development through digital change can be seen as the optimistic outcome of PM Modi’s masterstroke to curb black money.
After the announcement of demonetization of Rs.500 and Rs.1000 currencies since Tuesday, the whole nation has stirred up on financial level. Besides the vigorous task of battling snake-like queues outside ATMs to get their hands on newly printed Rs.500/- and Rs.2000/- notes people are facing difficulties for daily purchases due to unavailability of cash, as shopkeepers and other stores are demanding the exact amount from customers.
People are expressing frustration all over saying “Nobody is accepting this newly printed Rs. 2,000 note and shopkeepers are saying that they don't have change. Where will I keep it? They are still not accepting this note even if I buy groceries.”
But on the other side people are expressing a sigh of relief as shopkeepers have come up with digital mode to help a common man by allowing him to make hustle free payments online.