Said that CM Mr. Chouhan has become first cashless CM of country
Make economy dynamic by cashless transactions and eradicate corruption- CM
Digi-Dhan fair inaugurated in Bhopal
Bhopal, January 20, 2017 (Muslim Saleem): Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilisers Mr. Anath Kumar has announced opening of 200 Pradhanmantri Bhartiya Janoushdhi Kendras in the state at Digi-Dhan fair. He said that a MoU will be signed with Madhya Pradesh for this. He was inaugurating the Digi-Dhan fair held at Bittan Market here today. Series of Digi-Dhan fairs is being started in the state from Bhopal. Later on Digi-Dhan fairs will be organised at Indore, Gwalior,Jabalpur and Dewas. These fairs are being organised with an objective to encourage cashless transactions and to inform about the use of cashless transactions equipments and products. Mr. Kumar said that Madhya Pradesh has become a holy centre (Teerth) for public welfare schemes. Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan should lead a delegation on good governance to other states to inspire them. He further mentioned that the CM Mr. Chouhan has become the first cashless CM of the country. Madhya Pradesh has become perfect state now which was a sick state 12 years ago. Today Madhya Pradesh tops in the country. The state was conferred with Krishi Karman Award continuously for 4 times. A facility to repay Rs. 90 thousand against a loan of Rs. One lakh is being provided to the farmers. Ninety five percent of Madhya Pradesh has become cashless and has become role model for other states. This all has become possible by the honesty, purity of heart, authentication and commitment to serve people of the Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan.
He has become an icon of public service. Moreover, Mr. kumar said that Bangaluru is considered as Silicon Valley of Asia but now Madhya Pradesh has become the I.T. state. He informed that there is no scarcity of fertilisers in the country. Neem coated urea is easily available. He exhorted people to change their viewpoint and adopt cashless transactions. Union Minister of State for Health Mr. Faggan Singh Kulaste terming the Digi-Dhan schemes as unique schemes said that use of information and technology is increasing in the entire state. Calling the decision of the Prime Minister as revolutionary, he said that it has been welcomed by the poor and honest people.
Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan expressed gratitude towards Mr. Ananth Kumar that the prices of fertilisers have not gone up due to his efforts and has stopped the long queue for fertilisers. Mr. Chouhan further mentioned that the Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi has become Global leader. Furthermore, Mr. Chouhan said that a person with the passion of patriotism and public welfare like the prime Minister can take historic decision of demonetisation. Mr. Chouhan mentioned that the demonetisation decision was taken to control counterfeit notes, corruption, black money and terrorism.
He said that possibilities of corruption can be eradicated by cashless transactions. He informed that 95 percent transactions in the mandis of the state have become cashless. Amount is being transferred into the bank accounts of the farmers directly and the government also get the tax from the cashless transactions, which is utilised to prepare schemes for the poor. Mr. Chouhan mentioned that all the needy person will have housing facility till 2020. Tax on P.O.S. machines has been abolished. He urged the people to participate in the Digital Campaign of the Prime Minister and make economy of the state dynamic. He also administered pledge towards cashless transactions. Institutions which have become totally cashless were honoured on the occasion.