Let’s internationalize the rupee

-Galla S Kiran Kumar,Bureau Chief Telagana( Andhra Pradesh)

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has stressed the need for Indian banks and the currency (rupee) to play a leading role in international trade and supply chains. He called on financial institutions to constantly promote good economic policies and corporate government policies. The Prime Minister on Monday inaugurated the iconic weekly festivities under the auspices of the Union Ministries of Finance and Corporate Affairs as part of the Independence Day celebrations. Addressing the gathering, he said that our country has developed many economic integration platforms. Mentioned to raise awareness among the people to take full advantage of them. Modi has launched the ‘Jan Samarth Portal’, which is designed to link 13 government schemes to make it easier for youth, traders and farmers to get loans. The Prime Minister said .. ” International supply chain, our domestic banks in trade, We all need to focus on how to make the currency play a key role. Now the world is looking at us with hope and confidence, not just as a consumer-oriented market, but as a system that can change situations, be creative and innovate. ” 

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Modi said the introduction of Goods and Services Tax (GST) by simplifying indirect taxes would bring many benefits to the country at present. 

Issue of Independence Honeymoon Coins

As part of the Tha Ja event, the Prime Minister released a new series of coins with the Independence Honeymoon logo. This includes Rs 1, Rs 2, Rs 5, Rs 10 and Rs 20 coins. These are coming into circulation in the same way as ordinary coins. They are specially designed so that even those suffering from visual impairment can be identified. Modi commented that these coins will always remind us of the purpose of Amrutotsava celebrations to work for the development of the country. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman was present on the occasion.