Ahir asks Puducherry to adapt to cashless transactions
Minister of State for Home, Hansraj Ahir today asked Puducherry to take up Prime Minister’s programme of cashless digital transactions and make the Union Territory cashless.
He congratulated Lt. Governor Kiran Bedi and Chief Minister Narayanasamy for their initiative in implementing Swachhata Bharat Abhiyan. The Minister took salute at the passing out parade of new recruits of Puducherry Police and Indian Reserve Battalion.
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