By By now, you probably know that the Haryanvi government has decided to set up a lottery to help in the transition to a cashless economy.
It will also provide 100,000 tickets for Rs. 1,000 each.
The government is also considering introducing a digital wallet to facilitate the use of digital currencies such as Bitcoin.
The scheme will be launched on May 16.
Haryana has one of the largest population of Muslims in the country, and there are already over 1.5 crore people living there.
The state government has been pushing for an easy and seamless transition to the cashless society for years.
The idea of digital wallets has gained a lot of popularity over the last few months, as it allows for the easy and transparent transactions of payments and the transfer of assets.
Haryaniya is a large town in the state of Haryanasi.
It is situated on the border of the northeastern state of Bihar and the state bordering Pakistan.
According to the census, there are 2.5 lakh Hindus and 0.5 million Muslims in Haryaniyas population of 6.3 lakh people.
The Muslim population of Haries is about 4% of the state’s total population of 7.2 lakh.
The state government is planning to offer 100,00,000 lottery tickets, which will be distributed among the population of the area.
The total population is estimated to be over 10 million.
It also plans to set aside Rs. 20 crore for the project.