How youngsters will fulfill Narendra Modi’s dream of cashless society

PM Modi directly appealed to the tech-savvy youth of the nation to spare at least two hours a day to teach the uninitiated as how to use e-banking and mobile banking.

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New Delhi, Nov 28: In his November 27 Mann Ki Baat address, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked youngsters of the country to join his campaign of turning Indian economy into a "cashless"one.

In the wake of demonetisation of high-value currency notes, the country is facing severe cash crunch.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Thus Modi and his cabinet colleagues have been promoting the idea of "cashless" or "lesscash" society to tide over the difficult situation.

On Sunday, PM Modi directly appealed to the tech-savvy youth of the nation to spare at least two hours a day to teach the uninitiated as how to use e-banking and mobile banking.

[Also Read: Demonetisation: Has Narendra Modi committed political suicide?]

Modi told the young audience that by joining the campaign they can hugely contribute in ending the black money menace--prevalent for the last 70 years.

"My mobile...my bank...my wallet," he said on Twitter. "The time has come for everyone, particularly my young friends, to embrace e-banking, mobile banking & more such technology."

As a part of the cashless or lesscash society, PM Modi has asked everyone to use e-banking or mobile banking as an alternative to cash, the most popular form of transaction across the country.

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