Digital India Program Pm Narendra Modi speaks to Anupama Dubey from Varanasi

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As in the tradition of Kashi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted him with the singing of Har Har Mahadev. PM Modi asked Anupama how much has changed in the work she used to do manually with the advent of the software under Digital India?

PM spoke to Anupama from Banaras – Har Har Mahadev
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacts with beneficiaries to conclude the six-year campaign for Digital India. In this sequence he also spoke to Anupama Dubey from Varanasi via video conference. Anupama asked about her experience working with the Digi Knitting software.Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted him with the exclamation of Har Har Mahadev, as in the tradition of Kashi. PM Modi asked Anupama how much has changed in the work she used to do manually with the advent of the software under Digital India?

Anupama greeted the Prime Minister with full enthusiasm, saying that it used to take 4 to 5 days to work on Banarasi sarias while doing manual labor, but in less than a day using Digi web software under Digital India.

In an address to Anupama Dubey, the Prime Minister said that the power of women is the strength of the country and for the help and convenience of the weavers in Varanasi a handicraft complex has also been built in Lalpur. The weavers Diksha Singh and Yasmin Bano, who worked with the Digi web software, also spoke to the Prime Minister during the talks.Meanwhile, while addressing the people connected to various Digital India platforms connected by video conferencing from every corner of the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, saying that the platform benefits millions of Indians who benefit from online Education all the way through to medicine.

The Prime Minister interacted with Anupama Dubey, a resident of the village of Raghunathpur in the Babatpur area of ​​Banaras. After Har Har Mahadev’s address, Prime Minister Anupama asked about the DG weaving she was doing. Whereupon Anupama said that she completed a three-month training course for DG Weben under Digital India. What changed his life. I was told that after a design is made with a pen tablet and printed out, it can easily be printed on a sari, dupatta, straw, mask, etc. with a fabric printing machine.

It costs three to 3.5 thousand to make a saree. Which is sold through the Hunar Banaras app or portal. Anupama said she made Rs 500 with a sari and Rs 300 with a suit. In the end, the Prime Minister congratulated him and wished him a bright future. Anupama also thanked him from the bottom of her heart. In addition to Anupama, Yasmin Bano and Diksha Singh were also present. Who benefits from this ability.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacts with beneficiaries to conclude the six-year campaign for Digital India. In this sequence he also spoke to Anupama Dubey from Varanasi via video conference. Anupama asked about her experience working with the Digi Knitting software.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted him with the exclamation of Har Har Mahadev, as in the tradition of Kashi. PM Modi asked Anupama how much has changed in the work she used to do manually with the advent of the software under Digital India?

Anupama greeted the Prime Minister with full enthusiasm, saying that it used to take 4 to 5 days to work on Banarasi sarias while doing manual labor, but in less than a day using Digi web software under Digital India.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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