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FIRST TO GO CASHLESS IN INDIA!

By Vivek Bhaji . 26th April 2018 11:30am
FIRST TO GO CASHLESS IN INDIA!

Go cashless India! The time has come to let you know about the things that happened amazingly after demonetisation.

People remember interesting things and appreciate those happened for the first time. Recently, PM honoured bureaucrats for making Manipur's Karang as India's first cashless island. This is a wow moment! There are many more that have gone with digital payment. You might not be aware of them, we bring them for you. Have a look-
  • First Cashless Market: Raipur
[caption id="attachment_35260" align="aligncenter" width="800"]cashless source[/caption] Considered as 'smart' bazaar, Chief Minister Raman Singh launched India's first market with digital payment in Chhattisgarh in December 2016. Explore the market of Raipur with card payments through UPI, POS and other digital ways!
  • First Cashless State: Goa
[caption id="attachment_35261" align="aligncenter" width="1200"]cashless source[/caption] Go Goa Gone! More to explore, more to relax! Your favourite travelling destination sets a record too. People don't prefer much to carry cash but a card for easy shopping with a swipe.
  • First Cashless District: Hailakandi
[caption id="attachment_35266" align="aligncenter" width="685"]cashless source[/caption] Located in Assam, Hailakandi district is the first in the state to pay wages to tea garden workers through bank accounts. Cool initiative!
  • First Cashless Village: Dhasai
[caption id="attachment_35267" align="aligncenter" width="650"]cashless source[/caption] Maharashtra is going without cash at its rural area Dhasai. With a population of 5,000, the village hits as first to go with a digital payment.
  • First Cashless Island: Karand
[caption id="attachment_35273" align="aligncenter" width="550"]cashless source[/caption] All thanks to bureaucrats on the island for making it cashless. An awareness of digital payment is started. So, these are the interesting occurrences after demonetisation.