Why do people choose to use self-service solutions in India?

A self-serve system is a service that offers customers the option to pay by debit card, credit card or cash.

In India, many are opting for self-payment to make the transition to a cashless economy.

Self-serves have been offered by banks since 2008 and by several e-commerce and hospitality services, including e-tailer Flipkart.

In 2016, the government announced a plan to make self-checkout easier by 2019.

But with some states, like Kerala, banning the practice, customers are increasingly opting to use services that offer them a cash-less payment option.

The problem is that many people are hesitant to take advantage of the technology.

In one case, a man from Delhi was allegedly attacked in January 2017 by a group of about 10 men who barged into his house and beat him up.

The victim suffered from injuries to his face and arms.

A month later, a mob also attacked his house again, this time with an axe and two men with a scooter, killing him.

This is when a group, including several members of the ruling Congress party, organised a demonstration and demanded that the government take action against the perpetrators.

In the aftermath of the demonstration, the police arrested a man for allegedly committing the murder, which led to widespread protests in the city and elsewhere.

The police claim that the victim was a “black market vendor” who sold goods at the event, but the evidence collected so far does not support this claim.

On February 23, the Delhi high court ordered the arrest of the man for his alleged involvement in the murder.

On the same day, the Supreme Court asked the Delhi Police to register a case against the man and the BJP, the political party of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

However, it is unclear if the government has any intention of pursuing the case against him.

In May 2017, a court in the same state issued an order for the arrest and prosecution of an alleged culprit, who was accused of murdering the victim, saying that the man was a member of the BJP and a part of the “black economy”.

On August 2, the court also issued an interim order that ordered the prosecution of the accused, who had fled to the US.

The BJP is currently seeking a pardon from the court, which has granted him bail.

A spokesperson for the Delhi police told Al Jazeera that they have received no communication from the BJP government on the matter.

But the case has attracted attention in the media.

On November 10, the Indian Express reported that a man who used to sell shoes, was targeted by men armed with knives and knives were found near his house in a village in the state of Maharashtra.

According to the paper, the men, who were also armed with iron rods, attacked the man’s son and nephew.

Police say that a police team, including a constable and two constables, managed to rescue the victim and bring him to a hospital.

However the case was not registered in time for the court to hear the case, which was adjourned.

On December 8, the BJP had claimed that the murder of the victim had taken place on November 19.

But this claim was later debunked by the police.

On January 8, 2018, a group protesting against the death of the woman in Mumbai had gathered in a park in the central city of Ahmedabad, protesting against violence and violence against women.

On October 15, the protest turned violent when about 50 protesters were killed in the village of Bhilwara, where they were protesting against a local MLA for his vote for an ordinance on women’s safety and protection.

A few days later, several members from the group, along with some local people, vandalised the home of the MLA, killing the woman and injuring three others.

On April 27, 2017, the victim’s husband was murdered by three men in his house, allegedly after he refused to pay a dowry.

On August 15, a 24-year-old man from Mumbai was found dead in his home.

His death triggered protests in several cities, including New Delhi and Mumbai.

Police in the capital claimed that they found a note signed by the accused in his diary, which read “I will pay you whatever you ask”.

A few weeks later, in New Delhi, a similar note was found in the fridge of the deceased, allegedly written by the man, in which he demanded a “clean” house.

The incident led to a large protest in the Indian capital.

The Supreme Court, which is hearing the case of the husband’s murder, had on August 26, 2018 asked the state government to file a police report on the incident.

But it has not done so.

On March 16, the Congress party filed a petition in the Supreme court challenging the state’s investigation into the case.

The petition alleged that the investigation had been politicised and the police were not doing their job.

The Congress party has asked the court for a probe into the incident, and