"The prime minister has begun the work to make the country an economic super power," Das said and called upon everyone to contribute in this endeavour, an official release said here.
Stating that the need of the hour was a cashless economy, Das called upon officials, police, the media and bank employees to take part pro-actively and ensure to connect people in Digital India so that the country could progress and strengthen economically.
He asked the registered traders to give fillip to cashless business and called upon people connected with small scale industries, chamber of commerce and deputy commissioners to ensure giving shape to a cashless system, the release said.
He called upon the district deputy commissioners to make efforts in making at least one block having adopted cashless system before December 28.
This could be possible if the youth residing in villages/ cities, officials, panchayats and bank employees work in a team spirit and adopt the cashless system and assist others to adopt the same.
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