Gujarat: CM Swipes To Makes Donation For Ambaji Temple Using Wife’s Debit Card


AHMEDABAD: To promote cashless exchanges among individuals taking after the demonetisation move, Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today introduced the ‘computerized gift’ framework at the Ambaji Temple and made a gift of Rs. 31,000 utilizing his significant other’s platinum card.

Mr Rupani alongside his better half Anjaliben today went to the outstanding Ambaji Temple in Banaskantha region and performed ‘aarti’.

Amid their visit, Mr Rupani initiated ‘computerized gift’ framework embraced by the Ambaji Devsthan Trust to acknowledge gifts through charge or Mastercard utilizing swipe machines, an official discharge said. On the event, the couple gave Rs. 31,000 by swiping Anjaliben’s charge card in the recently introduced machine, it included.

Such swipe machines have been kept at “prasad” focuses and also in the workplace of sanctuary examiner. Lovers will now have the capacity to give gifts utilizing this framework, said the discharge. Addressing media, Mr Rupani focused on that individuals won’t confront any issue on the off chance that they grasp such cashless framework, which is now well known in western nations.