PM Kisan Yojana: To get the benefit of PM Kisan Yojana, it is necessary to link the bank account with Aadhaar, and know the step-by-step guide...


The money for the 15th installment of Pradhan Mantri PM Kisan Yojana has started coming into the bank accounts of farmers. The benefit of this scheme will be available only to those farmers whose bank accounts are linked to Aadhaar.


In response to a question asked in the Lok Sabha, the government said that under PM Kisan Yojana, it is necessary for farmers to link their bank accounts with Aadhaar. In such a situation, if the 15th installment has not been received in your account, then you should get the bank account linked as soon as possible.

Those farmers whose bank accounts are not linked to Aadhaar will not get the benefit of this scheme. Here we are giving you detailed information about the process of linking a bank account with an Aadhar card.

How to link bank account to Aadhaar
Step 1 - First of all, go to the nearest ATM with your debit card and insert the debit card into the machine.

Step 2 – Now you have to enter the PIN of your ATM.

Step 3 – Here you will see many menus in the service option.

Step 4 – Here you have to select the Aadhaar registration option.

Step 5 - After this, you have to enter the account type, and Aadhaar number and click on the 'OK' button.

After some time, you will receive a verification message on the mobile registered with your account, which will provide information about linking the bank account with Aadhaar.

Registration started for 16th installment
Registrations for the 16th installment of PM Kisan Yojana have started. If you have not been able to avail the benefits of PM Kisan Yojana till now, then you can register for this scheme from the official portal. Click here to learn the online process for PM Kisan Yojana registration.

PM Kisan Yojana Helpline

The central government has also issued a helpline number for the convenience of farmers. For any problem related to PM Kisan Yojana, farmers can call 155261 or 1800115526 (toll-free) or 011-23381092.

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