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Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has made it clear that the direct transfer payments are going to be the rule in future with tremendous success in targeting the beneficiaries without the problem of any leakages. 
He was delivering the keynote address at the UN-supported conference on 'Digital Payments: Inclusion, Growth and Opportunities' in New Delhi on Saturday. 
He explained the benefits of the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT), which is helping the government to target the needy better.He said now the apprehensions some people earlier had on direct payments have been adequately addressed and the system will be enough to take care of such apprehensions in future. 
Mr Jaitley Minister said that DBT has helped the government to pay subsidies and other benefits directly to the identified needy, helping it to plug leakages and end corruption and fraudulent means in financial benefits disbursement. 
He said he has no doubt that the DBTs are essential for rationalisation, better targeting and effective implementation of the subsidies and other benefits. 
With the success in DBT now, the government is planning to expand the mission to other areas as well as the government has effectively implemented JAM (Jan Dhan-Aadhar-Mobile) trinity through the powerful Digital India, the Finance Minister said.

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