PM Kisan Yojana: Can the stuck 17th installment come even after seven days? Farmers should know here


PM Kisan Samman Nidhi 17th Kist: If you want to take advantage by joining a scheme, then it is necessary that you are eligible for that scheme. If so, then you can be benefited. For example, the central government runs the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana for farmers. Under this scheme, eligible farmers are given Rs 2-2 thousand every four months, that is, farmers get a benefit of Rs 6 thousand annually. At the same time, this time the 17th installment was released, which benefited crores of farmers, but there were many farmers whose installment got stuck. In such a situation, the question is, can these farmers still get the stuck installment? So let's try to know. You can know about this in the next slides...

17th installment released on this day
On June 18, Prime Minister Narendra Modi released the 17th installment and till now seven days have passed. The money of this installment is sent to the bank account of eligible farmers through DBT. This time 9.26 crore eligible farmers got the benefit of the 17th installment.


Can the 17th installment still come?

While on one hand crores of farmers got the benefit of the 17th installment, on the other hand there were many farmers who could not get this benefit. In such a situation, can these farmers still get the benefit of the stuck installment? The answer is yes and for this the farmers have to get some pending work done.

The first work in this can be e-KYC which you may not have completed. It was already made clear by the government that it is mandatory for the farmers associated with the scheme to get this work done. You can get it done from your nearest CSC center.


Apart from this, if you have not got land verification done, then get it done as well. In such a situation, if you get these pending works completed soon, then the state government clears your name and sends it forward and after this, the money of the pending installment is sent to your bank account by the central government.

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