Aalo post office launches IPPB

AALO, Sep 3: The postal department here launched the India Post Payment Bank (IPPB) on 1 September.
Attending the launch ceremony, West Siang Deputy Commissioner Sode Potom described the IPPB as “another big step towards the PM’s vision for a digital India to provide banking services to the rural people at their doorsteps.”
Stating that internet connectivity remains a serious bottleneck in the region’s hilly terrain, he urged the postal department to do its best all the same to provide postal and banking services to the people of the district. The DC assured the department of all possible assistance from the administration.
Postmaster Sangeeta Kumari and Postal Assistant Ankit Kumar informed that India Post Bank payment would go digital for payment and remittance services of all kinds in 650 branches along with 3250 customer access points across the country from this month.
They appealed to the customers to bear with the initial net disturbances.
The gathering also witnessed the launch of the IPPB by Prime Minister Narendra Modi live.
District BJP president Yomto Jini, former ZPC Yaman Bagra, and Aalo GHSS vice-principal Tadam Mibang also spoke. (DIPRO)