Digital India Day: Digital solutions created by India during COVID-19 pandemic being acknowledged globally, says PM Modi

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New Delhi: PM Modi addressed a programme to mark Digital India Day. While addressing, PM Modi said, under Digital India Mission, more focus was given on the scale and speed of infrastructure development.

“Nearly 2.5 lakh CSCs in villages in India has taken the internet to places where it was deemed difficult some time back.”

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We’ve all witnessed how effectively Digital India worked during COVID. When developed nations failed to do it, India was helping its needy via DBT, an amount that stood at around Rs 7 lakh crore.

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