PM Kisan 15th Installment: The date has arrived, the money for the 15th installment will come to the farmers' accounts on this day...
After Diwali, a big good news has come for the farmers across the country. If you too are waiting for the 15th installment of PM Kisan (PM Kisan Scheme)… then this wait is going to end soon. Crores of farmers can get the 15th installment money on 15th November. You should also first check your name on the list to see whether you will get the money for the next installment or not.
Let us tell you that the government has removed the names of many ineligible farmers from the list. In such a situation, you should check beforehand whether the 15th installment money is coming to your account or not.
Union Agriculture Minister gave information
Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar has written in his post on Twitter that the 15th installment of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi will be transferred through DBT to the bank accounts of eligible farmers of the country on 15 November 2023 by Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi ji.
Check your name in the list like this-
- First of all, you have to go to https://pmkisan.gov.in/.
- After this, you will see the map of India under the Payment Success tab.
- A yellow-colored dashboard will appear on its right side.
- You have to click on this dashboard.
- Here you will get complete information.
Now you have to select your state, district, panchayat, etc.
- After this click on 'Get Report' to know the status
- After this, you will get your details.
Farmers across the country are given Rs 6000 annually by the government. Till now the government has transferred the money of 14 installments to the accounts of the farmers. Farmers will also get the money for the 15th installment on 15th November. The government has decided to give this money to the farmers after Diwali. Information regarding this has been given by the Union Agriculture Minister.
Contact on helpline number-
For more information about this scheme, beneficiaries can mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Apart from this, you can also contact helpline number 155261, 1800115526 or 011-23381092.