VIJAYAWADA: After introduction of cashless transactions in the department, the city police has now turned to students to promote the digital payments.
Cops make students aid digital payments
“Go Cash less and Each One Teach Ten” are the two slogans that the city police in association. With State Bank of India have propagated among the students on Friday at a programme organised at Indira Gandhi Municipal Stadium attended by nearly 10,000 students from various schools and colleges.
Addressing the gathering, city police commissioner D. Goutam Sawang said the student community will act as the driving force for any change to happen in the society. At this crucial juncture of demonetisation, the students should stand up to the occasion and promote cashless transactions by everyone training at least 10 people. The city top cop expressed confidence that India can achieve 100 per cent cashless transactions if the youth takes up the task.
Deputy general manager of SBI Deep Chand explained about the bank’s mobile app Buddy. He said the mobile banking app is safe, secure and can be used to do any kind of transactions.