Under the Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme, the Modi government gives Rs 6,000 annually to crores of farmers across the country. Through this scheme, the government sends three installments of Rs 2,000-2,000 to small farmers. This money is sent to the bank account of the farmers.
In this way money is transferred to the account
If FTO is generated and Payment confirmation is pending in your status then it means that the government has confirmed the information given by you … Now the money will be transferred to your account soon. Similarly, if Rft is signed by State Government, then it means Request For Transfer. Meaning the information given by you has been checked. It has been transferred for further. Overall, it means to say that late in the morning, there will be an installment of Rs 2,000 in your account. FTO is a full form Fund Transfer Order. This means that the correctness of the beneficiary’s Aadhaar number, bank account number and other details including bank’s IFSC code have been ensured by the state government. Your installment amount is ready and orders have been given by the government to send it to your bank account.
Complain here if you do not get installment
If you have any problem in getting installment or you have not received any installment even after being eligible, then you can file a complaint on the helpline number of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana.
>> PM Kisan Toll Free Number: 18001155266
>> PM Kisan Helpline Number: 155261
>> PM Kisan Landline Numbers: 011—23381092, 23382401
>> PM Kisan’s new helpline: 011-24300606
>> Another Helpline of PM Kisan: 0120-6025109
>> Email ID: [email protected]
Money comes directly to the farmer’s account
Under the central government scheme, every eligible farmer gives Rs 6,000 a year in equal installments of Rs 2,000 each. This money is given at a time when farmers need money for agricultural investment in Rabi, Kharif and Zaid crops. Prime Minister Modi announced PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana in 2019. With this, this scheme has been implemented from December 2019. This money is sent directly to the bank accounts of the farmers. The State Government and Union Territories (States & UTs) identify eligible farmer families under the scheme.
Till date, we have got more than 22,500 crores
The central government has to spend 75,000 crore rupees every year on this scheme of great benefit to farmers. Uttar Pradesh is the state with the largest population. It is an important source of livelihood for the majority of the people of the state. The number of farmers in the state is also the highest in the country. Therefore, Uttar Pradesh has also benefited the most from this scheme. So far, Rs 22,594.78 crore have been transferred (DBT) to more than 2.35 crore farmers’ bank accounts in six installments of two thousand rupees.