Did you spend a lot of time in the bank lines, but did not get a single Laddoo??
Here is a Good News for you !!!
Modi Sarkar brings to you as fresh as any other dangling carrot………
The Lucky Grahak Yojana !!
The Modi Sarkar, via NITI Aayog, its think tank (which basically stands for a group of people whose thinking usually tanks) has devised a new scheme to promote their idea of Digital Transactions and encourage people to go “CashLess”.
This is kind of a Lucky Draw system based on the concept of “Lottery Lag Gayi Bosssss”, which includes:
> Daily Rewards of Rs. 1,000 to be given to 15,000 lucky consumders for a period of 100 days from Christmas.
> Weekly Special Prizes worth Rs. 1 Lakh, Rs. 10,000 and Rs. 5,000 for selected Consumers who use alternative modes of digital payments.
However, this will exclude payments by Credit Cards and/or Privately run Digital payment portals like PayTM and will be valid only on the Government run Digi-Payment portals like UPI, USSD, RuPay Cards etc.
This scheme will be carried on, in the first phase, till 14th April 2017 and the expenditure for this (including the Digi Dhan Vyapar Yojana, a similar scheme for merchants) is expected to be around Rs. 340 Crores.
So, all those who were cribbing that you did not get a Laddoo because you were not in Delhi, or simply because you preferred the “Besan Ka Laddoo” instead of the “ModiChu ke Laddoo” which were being distributed, can stop your whining and get out your RuPay cards and use them for your next transactions.
Ofcourse, this scheme does not apply to the 61% areas of India which have not yet been covered under the Internet or Mobile network. This scheme also does not apply to all those people who prefer using Private Bank credit cards instead of the trustworthy RuPay Cards.
You also have to be lucky enough to have your name picked up in the “Lucky Draw”, so those who havent voted for Modi Ji might as well forget about it.
However, all the others are free to avail this top notch Masterstroke from the Masterstroker Modi Ji, and who knows you might get more than just a Laddoo for New Years….
Disclaimer: The rumor that this scheme was going to be called “Oye Lucky, Lucky Oye” as an attempt to garner votes of all those named Lucky, in the Punjab elections is completely baseless.