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PM Kisan: Payment of UP, MP, Chhattisgarh and Andhra Farmers' Fails

Abha Toppo
Abha Toppo
farmer
A PM Kisan Beneficiary

The Centre is doing its best to provide the financial benefit under Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi to 12 crore farmers in the country. However, despite timely disbursal of money by the Central government, it does not always reach the farmers' bank accounts...Why?

To recall, Prime Minister Modi had released the last installment of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana on 14 May 2021. Though most of the farmers have received the money but there are few who haven't got it till now. 

Reason for failure of PM Kisan Installment

A number of factors are responsible if PM Kisan beneficiary does not receive Rs. 2000 on time. But the main reason for this is error in Aadhaar, account & bank account numbers. Also, if there is a mismatch or difference in the name in the bank or that on the Aadhaar card or wrong IFSC code then farmers will not get the money. Hence all these information have to be correctly filled by the beneficiary.

PM Kisan Payment Failed in These States

  • Due to these errors, the installments of around 162,297 farmers in Southern state of Andhra Pradesh are pending for April to July period. Moreover, the payment of 48,275 agriculturists also failed.

  • As per the data available on PM Kisan website, the payment of 15,699 farmers of Chhattisgarh failed while the installment of 15,059 is awaiting.

  • Likewise, payments of 133,790 farmers of MP are pending while 38,576 have failed.

  • The payment of 138,154 Uttar Pradesh farmers also failed and the installment of 91,066 have been suspended.

PM Kisan 9th Installment Date

As per official sources, the government will start disbursing the 9th installment of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana from the first week of August.

Purpose of PM Kisan

The Centre has launched PM-Kisan Yojana to provide financial aid of Rs. 6,000 per annum to farmers across the country.

The amount is released in three installments of Rs. 2,000 each every four-month trimester - April-July, August-November & December-March. This scheme is being executed through an Aadhaar linked electronic database that contains details of all members of the farmer whose names appear in the land records.

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