Patanjali Ayurveda, IME India Pvt Ltd sign agreement

Swami Ramdev and Acharya Balkrishna during signing of agreement.
Swami Ramdev and Acharya Balkrishna during signing of agreement.

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Sept 6: Patanjali Ayurveda and IME India Private Limited (erstwhile IME Forex India Private Limited) signed an agreement.
Millions of Nepalese migrants living in India will now be able to send money to Nepal easily by visiting Patanjali Ayurveda outlets located throughout India.
Every year, thousands of Nepalese relocate to various parts of India for a variety of reasons, with employment being the main driver. Since there are Patanjali Ayurveda outlets in every Indian city and town, they are widely accessible. Because of easier accessibility to the outlets, the working Nepalese in India can visit any of the locations to use the money-sending services.
Many Nepalese who reside abroad use IME as their preferred method of sending remittances to Nepal, IME India has teamed with Patanjali Ayurveda, a reputable company in India, to maintain and strengthen this level of trust. As a result of this collaboration, Nepalese residing in India will now be able to send money to their families in Nepal more easily and will also be guaranteed that the money sent will be received by their relatives in Nepal instantly into their bank account or mobile wallet IMEPAY or withdraw money as cash from IME agents spread everywhere around Nepal.
Swami Ramdev said, “This partnership will strengthen Indo-Nepal remittance and will provide Nepalese brothers and sisters a convenient mode to send money to their family members or relatives. All my blessings for the success of this partnership.”
Acharya Balkrishna said, “This partnership is like adding a feather to the wing of Financial Services offered by Patanjali Group and its entity Bharuwa Solutions Pvt. Ltd. I would like to thank IME group for making this seamless customer journey and this gives me immense pleasure to announce that now my Nepalese brothers and sisters can send money from India through our Patanjali Centers to their loved ones and they can collect the same from our Patanjali Centers in Nepal. There is no burden of visiting the bank branch, no tension of filling out a long application form or any formalities.”