Government hopes 5-7 countries will sign agreement to adopt India’s technology platforms by March

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He said at the India Stack developer conference that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided to give Indian tech platforms to various countries to help digitization. Chandrasekhar said, I hope that by February-March, about 5-7 countries of the world will make agreement (to adopt these platforms)

New Delhi. The government is hopeful that by March five to seven countries will sign pacts to adopt India-developed technology platforms such as UPI and Aadhaar. Union Minister Rajiv Chandrasekhar gave this information. He said at the India Stack developer conference that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided to give Indian tech platforms to various countries to help digitization.

I am hopeful that by February-March around 5-7 countries of the world will make an agreement (to adopt these platforms),” Chandrasekhar said. The government has offered its technology platforms (Aadhaar, UPI, DigiLocker, Co-win, GeM, GSTM etc.) to other countries under its responsibility as the chair of the G20.

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