Himachal Pradesh, Goa and Tripura have performed better than peers in providing people access to banking
One of the most ambitious plans of the Narendra Modi-led government is to provide every Indian with a bank account. Given that only 59% of Indians have a bank account according to the 2011 census, the task will be difficult. But there are perhaps lessons laggard states and districts can learn from their more successful peers. After all, the average figure of 59% hides great variation within India when it comes to banking access.