About 2.2 lakh accounts belong to weavers, while close to 2.75 employees of the jute industry opened their accounts, according to a leading daily.
Textile commissioner Kavita Gupta said that the ministry aims to bring all textiles workers in India within the banking fold and enable them to use digital payment transfer apps in the next three months. She also said that the government has requested all textile associations to make efforts for promoting cashless transactions within the industry.
The government has urged textile units to go cashless on a priority basis by opening accounts and using unified payments interface (UPI). The ministry of textiles also set up over 900 camps across the country to open bank accounts. (KD)
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