India's Prime Minister has outlined a plan to make India a cashless society. He recently banned the old 500 and 1,000 rupee banknotes with little . They are no longer legal in India. The old 500-rupee note was replaced by a new . The government said the was to stop the banknotes being used to fund , and to crack down on money. The ban means 80 per cent of India's has been withdrawn from . This has brought a lot of business to a . It is very unpopular among most Indians.
Mr Modi went a step on Sunday when he called for a cashless society. He told small : "This is the chance for you to enter the world… Learn how to run your without cash." He said people should also learn how to use bank accounts, apps, Internet and other electronic modes of more . Mr Modi said: "A cashless economy is . It is clean." He asked India's more tech-savvy people to help. He said: "All the youth of India can do it very , and within a month, the world can see a India."