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Ranchi: Chief Secretary R.S. Sharma today said that sanctity of transactions in Aadhar Enabled Payment System (AEPS) in Indian posts should be determined by tracking the operators. He said that AEPS is a robust information channel which projects real-time system.
He was speaking at a meeting regarding implementation of Indian Post project and with the Co-operative Bank with IT Department at the Project Building.
The Chief Secretary directed the Department to add a document of FAQs in the Indian Posts portal and a video training in website. This will provide end-to-end transparency and accountability in the system, he said.
At the meeting IT Principal Secretary N.N. Sinha presented the a status report about the Indian Post Aadhar Enabled Payment System(AEPS).