Go digital for a corruption-free India urges Goutam Sawang
City Police Commissioner Damodar Goutam Sawang called upon students to teach ten people each on Digital India for promoting cashless transactions in Andhra Pradesh.
City Police Commissioner Damodar Goutam Sawang called upon students to teach ten people each on Digital India for promoting cashless transactions in Andhra Pradesh. Police department and State Bank of India officials mutually conducted the Digital India awareness programme for promoting cash less transaction to the Krishna district students at Indira Gandhi Municipal Stadium here on Friday.
On this occasion Goutam Sawang said that the Police department would conduct workshops and awareness programmes to the students at their colleges for encouraging digital transactions to reduce fake currency, corruption, terrorism and creating more job opportunities for the young India.
He also said that India would become the leading country in the world for accessing cash less transactions. “AP would become the no one state in the country for implementing cash less transactions at all departments with the support and access of students,” he added.
Singer Sunitha has motivated the students towards cashless transaction with her songs and also requested the students to guid the illiterate and senior citizens on digital India for controlling corruption and developing India.
Vijayawada city North Zone Additional Commissioner of Police (ACP) Sravani took a pledge from the students on Digital India for reducing corruption, fake currency, terrorisms etc. Sri Durga Malleswara Siddhartha Mahila Kalasala and Loyola college students performed skits and dance on digital India for encouraging cash less transactions.