Latur Girl Who Did A Rs 1,590 Digital Transaction Wins Rs 1 Crore As Lucky Customer Award
Shraddha Mohan Mengshette, second-year electrical building understudy from Latur region in Maharashtra has won Rs 1 crore in the Lucky Grahak Yojana draw for shoppers propelled by the legislature to help computerized installments after it chosen to boycott Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 current notes.
Shraddha Mohan Mengshette won the reward for making an exchange of Rs 1,590 through her RuPay card online to pay the month to month EMI for her new cell phone.
The second prize of Rs 50 lakh was sacked by 29-year-old elementary teacher Hardik Kumar from Khambhat in Gujarat for utilizing his RuPay card for making an exchange of Rs 1,100.
Another RuPay card exchange, of just Rs 100, won Bharat Singh from Sherpur town in Uttarakhand the third prize of Rs 25 lakh. The principal prize of Rs 50 lakh, under the Digi-Dhan Vyapar Yojana, another motivator plot for dealers and traders, was won by Anand Ananthapadmanabhan for tolerating an installment of Rs 300 at his gem retailer in Tambaram in Tamil Nadu.
Ragini Rajendra Uttekar, the proprietor of a little delight parlor in Thane, won the second prize of Rs 25 lakh. She had acknowledged an advanced installment of Rs 510.
The third prize of Rs 12 lakh was won by 33-year-old Shaik Rafi who runs a discount attire store in Ameerpet, Telangana. He acknowledged an installment of Rs 2,000 on his PoS machine.
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