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Digital finance campaign launched from village Mavi Sappa

The Punjab State Rural Livelihood Mission has started a digital finance campaign in the villages under Azadi Ka Amrit Mahautsav in Block Patiala. Additional Deputy Commissioner (Rural Development) Isha Singhal, while giving information about the campaign, said that the main purpose of this digital finance camp at village Mavi Sappa is to make the villagers aware of digital financial transactions. Where on the one hand the women of the self-help group took training under the mission in their village, BC, are opening points, on the other hand, the government through these camps, B.C. In order to increase the work of Sakhi, work is being done to connect the villagers.
In the camp, Punjab Grameen Bank Manager Joginder Singh provided valuable information about digital transactions to the members participating in the camp. The bank manager informed the members about various schemes running in the bank and informed the villagers about insurance, a permanent pension scheme, a savings account, etc. The main purpose of this camp is to introduce the village bank correspondent, Sakhi, to the villagers. To give information about the facilities provided by Sakhi.
In the camp, B.C. Sakhi Rajwant Kaur informed the villagers, especially the women members present, about the various facilities for creating digital rural India. including savings accounts, digital money transactions, PMSBY, PMJJBY, APY, Sukanniya Samriddhi, Detailed information about health insurance is provided.
The camp was graced by Reena Rani, District Programme Manager, PSRLM, who motivated the rural poor women about digital transactions. Varun Prashar BPM PSRLM included in the camp the adoption of digital transactions along with the use of debit cards, credit cards, PPF, Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana, overdraft facilities, and checks. Detailed information about poor rural women was given. Apart from this, by giving examples of women’s empowerment, the members were motivated to prepare two to three means of livelihood per household under the Livelihood Mission. The Sarpanch of the village, Shri Krishna, strongly appreciated this campaign of the government for the villagers. Asked to connect with Sakhi for easy banking.
The bank manager, while discussing various schemes of the bank, encouraged the villagers to take advantage of the schemes. Seema Rani and Harjot Kaur, representatives of the Punjab State Rural Livelihood Mission, gave a message to more and more rural poor women to join the mission. On this occasion, village panch sahibs, senior secondary school teachers, Asha and Anganwadi workers, etc. participated.

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