PM Kisan Samman Nidhi: Tomorrow the 16th installment will come in the accounts of the beneficiaries, toll free number released for information… – Bollywood Keeda

The 16th installment of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi will come into the accounts of the beneficiaries on 28 February. This time installment money can be transferred to the accounts of more than 8 crore farmers. Under this installment, an amount of more than Rs 18 thousand crore is estimated to be released, which will reach directly into the accounts of the beneficiaries through DBT. Let us tell you that with the aim of helping farmers in meeting their agricultural economic needs, the Central Government is running PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana.

Under the scheme, farmers are given Rs 6,000 annually. Let us tell you that more than 40 lakh farmers in Chhattisgarh have registered for the Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi. Under this scheme, the government will transfer a total amount of Rs 21 thousand crore to the accounts of more than 9 crore farmer families.

How to check beneficiary status?

Visit the official website of PM Kisan Go to Farmer Corner on the homepage. After this click on ‘Beneficiary Status’ option. You will have to choose your own state, district and sub-district. Then select Block or Village from the drop-down menu. Now click on get report. Your status will be available.

Contact toll-free numbers in case of any problem

In case of any problem related to PM Kisan Yojana [email protected] You can contact through email or helpline number 155261, 1800115526 or 011-233810921. Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare has launched AI Chatbot (Kisan e-Mitra) to resolve farmers’ grievances. The chatbot works in Hindi, Tamil, Odia, Bengali and English.

You get Rs 6000 in 3 installments annually

PM Kisan Yojana provides financial stability to the farmers and they are able to improve their farming and agricultural activities. Under PM Kisan Samman Nidhi, the central government gives Rs 6,000 annually to farmers. Under PM Kisan Scheme, Rs. 2-2 thousand are sent to the account of each beneficiary farmer in 3 times.

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