Prime Minister Modi transferred 16 thousand crore rupees to the accounts of more than 8 crore farmers
13th installment of PM Kisan released: Prime Minister Modi transferred 16 thousand crore rupees to the accounts of more than 8 crore farmers
Prime Minister Narendra Modi released the 13th installment of Kisan Samman Nidhi today i.e. on 27 February. Installment was transferred from Belagavi in Karnataka to the accounts of more than 8 crore farmers. 16 thousand crore rupees were given to the farmers as the 13th installment. Under this scheme, every year the government transfers 6000 rupees in three installments of 2-2 thousand rupees to the farmers' account.
If you are facing any problem in the registration of this scheme, have any problem related to your installment, or have any other questions, then for this, you have to go to the help desk in Farmer Corner on the official website of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana.
After clicking on the help desk, here you enter your Aadhaar number, account number or mobile number. On clicking Get Details, a query form will appear. Here in the drop-down, options related to account number, payment, Aadhaar and other problems are given. Choose it according to your problem and also write its description below. Submit it now.
Under this scheme, small and marginal farmers are given three installments of Rs 2000 each in a year (a total of Rs 6000). The first installment under the scheme is released in April-July, the second installment between August-November and the third installment in December-March. This scheme was started in 2019 to provide financial help to the farmers.
Eligible beneficiaries of the scheme can also register themselves through Common Service Center (CSC). Apart from this, only the local patwari, revenue officer and the nodal officer nominated by the state government for the scheme are registering the farmers.
Initially, when the PM-Kisan scheme was launched (February 2019), its benefits were only for the families of small and marginal farmers. This included those farmers who had combined land holding up to 2 hectares. In June 2019, the scheme was revised and extended to all farmer families. However, some farmers are still left out of the scheme.
Those excluded from PM Kisan are institutional landholders, farmer families sitting on constitutional posts, serving or retired officers and employees of the state or central government. It also includes officers and employees of public sector undertakings and government autonomous bodies. Apart from these, professionals like doctors, engineers and lawyers as well as retired pensioners with a monthly pension of more than Rs 10,000 and those who paid income tax in the previous assessment year have also been kept out of the scheme.