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Mobile App e-saathi Launched At UP Investors Summit

Through the app, people will be able to avail public services sitting at home, an official said

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  • App e-Saathi launched on the second day of UP Investors Summit
  • Through this app, people will be able to avail services sitting at homes

On the second and last day of the UP Investors Summit here on Thursday, a mobile application – e-Saathi — was launched.

Through the app, people will be able to avail public services sitting at home, an official said.

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e-Saathi launched on the second day of UP's Investors' Summit. VOA
e-Saathi launched on the second day of UP’s Investors’ Summit. VOA

Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma said the state government was working to double the capacity of seats in skill development from 500 to 1,000, adding that MoUs worth Rs 1.2 lakh crore had been signed in the sector at the summit so far. IANS

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