As many specialists banter at the 104th session of the Indian Science Congress in Tirupati over India’s innovative and logical progression, the general population of Naravaripalle, Andhra Pradesh CM Chandrababu Naidu’s local town, battle to comprehend digitisation of saving money exchanges.
In N Chandrababu Naidu’s Naravaripalle town, there’s no ATM
There is no ATM or a bank office in Naravaripalle and twelve different towns around it. Individuals are compelled to venture out around 10 km to either Chandragiri or Tirupati looking for a working ATM or change notes, taking after demonetisation.
Swiping machines are missing as well. Be that as it may, just a proportion shop merchant has presented electronic deal for supply of sponsored rice and other fundamental wares.
The adjacent ATMs of Rangampet, which is two km far from Naravaripalle, have been outdated because of absence of network.
Highlighting demonetisation as a noteworthy financial change, Chandrababu Naidu on Tuesday focused on how Andhra Pradesh is hustling towards digitisation of economy by boosting cashless exchanges. Incidentally, the condition of his local villagers unfurl an alternate story inside and out.