Digital Payment: Railway Minister shared the video of ‘Digital Shagun’ in marriage, users’ opinions were divided like this on social media
Digital Payment: Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has shared a video in which a drummer is taking ‘Shagun’ from QR code!
Digital payment is being promoted in India and people are also doing transactions easily through digital payment. In Indian culture, there is a tradition of giving omen to the person who plays the drum in an auspicious event. Meanwhile, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has shared a video in which the drummer has put a QR code to take ‘Shagun’.
Railway Minister shared the video
The video shared by Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav is of a function (possibly a wedding) in which dholak is being played and people are celebrating. There is a QR code on the dholak, scanning which people are giving ‘shagun’ to the dholak. There is also a voice in the video, “Yeh sahi hai bhai”. By sharing the video, Ashwini Vaishnav wrote that Digital Shagun in marriage, expansion of Digital India! (Digital Shagun, Digital India) 350 thousand people have seen this video till the time of writing this news.
People’s comments on Digital Shagun video
@kkvaishnaw the user wrote that it is a good sign. Carts, street vendors, boot polish, vegetable vendors are doing digital transactions. Now, a dance of happiness on the auspicious occasion. @1VaishaliMishra User wrote that take digital votes as well and also spread digital election campaign. @tej_as_f User wrote that the sad thing is that this digital India has not been implemented on railway ticket counters? There is no GPay, PhonePe or UPI at the counters. Still taking cash. What do you think on this, sir?
@surajsinghpanc1 User wrote that now you should not digitize Indian Railways so that there is no need of employees. One user wrote that ‘everything should not be digital’. It’s stupidly boring”. @Vishwa1surendra User wrote that I think after a few days marriage will also be online. Family members and relatives will complete all the rituals online. One user wrote that Digital India is fine, but when will the condition of railways improve, Minister please tweet something on this. Now, when a person lost his life, he was given 15 thousand rupees!
Let us tell you that a beggar named Raju was living by begging at the railway station of Bettiah city of Bihar, but people refused to give alms saying that there was no cash. After this, Raju bought a smart phone by collecting money and then got the QR code made. Now Raju begs digitally. Recently, his video also became very viral on social media.