NDTV & Mastercard Spread Awareness To 'Go Cashless'
Updated: June 16, 2017 17:48 IST
The NDTV-Mastercard Cashless Bano India campaign's van is travelling all across the country, making people aware about the importance of going cashless, opting for digital payments and busting myths around online modes of transactions.
The NDTV-Mastercard Cashless Bano India campaign's van, which is a symbol of change, is travelling across the country, hoping to inspire merchants to go cashless and adopt digital means of transactions. The campaign aims to take the message of a cash free India to the country.
The van reached the crowded market of Azad Nagar, Kanpur, to educate the merchants and the shoppers about cashless payment solutions and its advantages.
Crowd gathered around the campaign van to listen to the advantages of going cashless and how to adopt digital payment solutions for day to day transactions.
A trader in Kanpur's Azad market posed with the Cashless Bano India certificate, showing his support towards going cashless.
After encouraging vendors in Kanpur to go cashless, the campaign van reached Rajasthan.
In Jaipur, the van was flagged off by Vasundhara Raje, Chief Minister, Rajasthan. From here, it will travel to different parts of the city to educate the masses about digital payment solutions.
After journeying through various markets in Rajasthan, the campaign van reached Nagpur, intending to inspire more merchants to switch to digital payment options.
The Cashless Bano India van was flagged off by B.C Bhartia, President, Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) and Vikas Kumbhare, MLA at the Tanga Stand market, Nagpur.
The merchants and shopkeepers were informed about the advantages of digital transactions. A huge crowd gathered around the campaign van, intently listening to the information imparted.
From the Tanga Stand market, the van made its way to Gadkari Wada to educate the retailers there to adopt digital payment options.
An owner of a garment shop holds up his Cashless Bano India certificate, a sign of being on board with digital payment methods.