Short Speech on Cashless India
Good afternoon to all of you,
I am excited that I have been given opportunity to talk about cashless India. Cashless economy is becoming more and more popular not in India but all over the world. Cashless transactions are becoming more and more common because they are easy, quick, and safe.
In recent years, the Indian government has taken a various steps to make it easier for people to do business without cash. With the help of digital payment platforms like Paytm, Google Pay, and PhonePe, it is now easier for people to do business without cash. People also find it easier to use digital payment services thanks to government programmes like Digital India and Aadhaar.
There are many good things about a cashless economy. It cuts down on the need for physical money, which can cut down on corruption and illegal money. It also speeds up and improves transactions, which can help boost productivity and economic growth. Also, digital transactions are safer and can help make theft and fraud less common.
But there are also problems that need to be looked at in order for India to have a cashless economy. A major portion of the population still doesn’t have access to digital payment platforms, and more people need to know about and learn about them. Also, there are worries about the security and privacy of digital transactions. In order to make the dream of cashless india come true, these worries need to be addressed with the right rules and safety measures.
At last I want to say that a cashless India is not just a dream, but a practical reality that is slowly but surely becoming a part of our daily lives. Even though there are still some problems that need to be fixed, it is obvious that a cashless economy is a good thing. It’s up to all of us to accept this change and work towards making the economy better, more open, and safer for everyone. Thank you.