Beneficiary of PM Kisan Yojana Be Alert
Beneficiaries of PM Kisan Fasal Vima Yojana should be careful. Giving a false information can also deprive you of the benefits of this scheme. In fact, according to the new rules, the central government will now monitor the PM Kisan Vima Yojana every year. Under which the team will survey all the beneficiaries. According to the information provided on the PM Honors Fund website, a team formed by the central government will work to verify the beneficiaries every year. In the meantime, the team will verify the information provided by the beneficiaries. The scheme will be disqualified if incorrect notification is found in the verification.
Valid list for one year
According to the website, the list of beneficiaries involved in the PM Kisan Nidhi Yojana remains valid for one year only. This does not remain valid. Each year a new list of honorarium beneficiaries is prepared. This list is made at the village level.
Why did the government need to do the verification?
Indeed, many news items have been published informing the government that it is being abused in many parts of the country. So the government has made this decision. With this decision, the government will now be able to know whether the money is finally reaching the right people or not.
What will be the verification
That being said, verification work will be done every year. However, this verification will not be done to all the beneficiaries. Verification will be done randomly. The verifying officer will verify any five people and prepare a report.
A total assistance of 6 thousand rupees in three installments
Earlier, it was reported that the central government had transferred Rs 15,841 crore to the bank accounts of 7.92 crore farmers in the first installment of the Prime Minister’s Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-Kisan) scheme in the first half of the current financial year. This information was given in a statement issued by the Ministry of Agriculture on Friday. Under this scheme, except for high income farmers, each farmer is given a total assistance of Rs. 6,000 in three installments of Rs. 2000-2000 in each financial year.