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India's last village in Himachal gets its first mini-ATM

Before this, the nearest ATM to the village was located in Sangla, which is about 28 km from Chitkul

Monday May 17, 2021 11:01 PM, IANS

Chitkul

Shimla: In a first, the picturesque Chitkul in Kinnaur district, India's last inhabited village in Himachal Pradesh, got linked to a mini-ATM facility on Monday.

The development took place after rural fintech company Spice Money extended its services by launching the Spice Money Mini-ATM service in the village.

"Digital Dukaan"

Accordingly, the company has converted one of the only two 'kirana' stores in the village into a Spice Money 'Digital Dukaan' to offer cash-in cash-out services to the residents and tourists.

Before this, the nearest ATM to the village was located in Sangla, which is about 28 km from Chitkul.

 

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