After the demonetisation the government is pushing everyone for a cashless economy and in view of that the use of e wallet and swipe machines are on the rise.
After the cash crunch people are using online payments modes for transactions and payments. Apart from big showrooms and shops the stall owners in Vadodara are also introducing e wallets and swipe machines to encourage the initiative of cashless economy.
Kiran Mahida proposer for Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the last Loksabha elections where he contested from Vadodara seat and now a member in the Primary Education Commitee is encouraging the initiative in its own way. He introduced Paytm at his tea stall to encourage the people to pay without any hesitation for a cup of tea and soon going to install a swipe machine there.
Residing in Khanderao Market area of the city Kiran Mahida is having a tea stall in the busy area just opposite VMSS office building. He was the proppser for PM Narendra Modi during the Lokasabha elections when he came to fill his candidature form in Vadodara. He was also invited for his oath taking ceremony.
“I support the historical decision of PM Narendra Modi to ban the 500 and 1000 rupee currency to stop black money and corruption. The PM dream of cashless economy for the people of India and in view of that I started Paytm facility at my tea stall for the benefit of my customers. In coming days I will also install swipe machine at my stall so that the customers can pay with debit and credit cards. I already applied for the same in Bank of Baroda,” said Mahida.
Mahida said that our PM also worked in tea stall and he also is having a tea stall and joined in BJP for many years. He is presently in the commitee of Primary Education Commitee and he is also in support of the historical decision of PM Narendra Modi and for the cashless economy.
“The customers sometimes went without having tea due to change shortage or else I have to provide them on credit. However after starting the Paytm the problem is solved now as the customers are paying easily through it and I must say the cashless system is really beneficial,” said Mahida.