SBI adopts village in Pen for Aadhaar-based payments

The State Bank of India (SBI) has adopted Shirki village in Pen taluka in Maharashtra for driving the Aadhaar-based merchant payment initiative. Under the initiative, the merchants in the village have been provided with simple android phones with a USB-based fingerprint capture device.The merchant is required to have a bank account with an Aadhaar number needed. 

So, let’s discuss some questions related to this post:
Q1. Name the village, which has been adopted by SBI for driving the Aadhaar-based merchant payment initiative, recently?
Ans1. Shirki village, Maharastra
Source-The Hindu



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