Union Communications Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Sunday that the Ganga water of the postal department Gangotri is reaching all over the country and Ganga water is available in 261 post offices of Bihar. Also, he told that till October 31, 90 thousand bottles of Ganga water have been sold to the people. Prasad gave this information while inaugurating the Upadakghar in Gardnibagh, Patna. He said that the Department of Posts has earned a revenue of about 700 crores through e-commerce. During the last five years, we have sent an amount of seven lakh 50 thousand crore rupees in the form of MGNREGA, ration and cooking gas subsidy to the bank accounts of the poor associated with Aadhaar.
Prasad gave this information while inaugurating the Upadakghar in Gardnibagh, Patna.
One lakh 51 thousand crores going to middlemen has been saved. Referring to the sub-office, Prasad said that I would expect those who are old, unable to walk or whose children are out of the house, to identify such houses and their account amount through digital banking to our post office postman. Deliver to. While addressing the function, Bihar Chief Postmaster General Anil Kumar said that 16 lakh 18 thousand accounts have been opened in the Bihar Circle of India Post Payments Bank, which was started on September 1, 2018, in which Rs 79.25 crore has been deposited. And Bihar is the first place in India by opening more than one million funded accounts. The function was also addressed by Bihar Vidhan Parishad member Ranveer Nandan, former Information Commissioner Arun Verma and other speakers.