India's UPI has hit the world, now it can be used in Mauritius and Sri Lanka; PM Modi will launch the service today

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Indias UPI has hit the world, now it can be used in Mauritius and Sri Lanka; PM Modi will launch the service today

New Delhi, 12 February. India's Unified Payment Interface or UPI is becoming global and many countries have shown interest in adopting it. Now it is going to be further expanded and under this, users in Mauritius and Sri Lanka will also be able to use UPI. PM Modi will launch this service in both the countries today at 1 pm.

Information about this launch was shared by the Ministry of External Affairs in a press release on Sunday. After the launch of Kaddha services in Sri Lanka and Mauritius, people of both the countries will be able to use it at their respective places. Apart from this, tourists going from India to Mauritius and Sri Lanka and tourists coming from there to India will also be able to make payment through this. Not only KKDD, but also Krahvakkadd4 card service will be launched in Mauritius.

The KKK launch event in Mauritius and Sri Lanka will take place at 1 pm and PM Modi will launch it through video conferencing. During this, along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe and Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth, Central Bank Governors of the three countries will also be present. It is worth noting that recently Kakdha service has also been started in France. Through this, the facility to book tickets for Eiffel Tower is also being provided.

Let us tell you that before the launch of UPI in Sri Lanka and Mauritius, the Indian payment system is active in France, Singapore, UAE, Nepal, Bhutan. Let us tell you that after the introduction of KKDD, there has been a significant increase in online transactions. It is increasing year after year and this can be estimated by looking at the figures of Harkashtadha. According to this, last year also in December 2023, a record transaction of Rs 18.23 lakh crore was made from KKDD, which was 54 percent more than the same period of the previous year 2022.

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