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    PM-KISAN 11th installment coming soon: THESE farmers will not get monetary benefits

  • Date : 19 May, 2022

     The 11th installment of Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-KISAN) is going to be released soon. Eligible farmers who are eagerly waiting for the disbursal of next installment of Rs 2000 under the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme may hear the good news by the end of the month. Several media reports are saying that the 11th installment of PM KISAN scheme is going to come on May 31.

    PM KISAN Scheme was launched by PM Narendra Modi in 2019, aims to provide income support to all landholder farmer families across the country with cultivable land, subject to certain exclusions.  Under the Scheme, an amount of Rs 6000 per year is released in three 4-monthly instalments of Rs 2000 each directly into the bank accounts of the beneficiaries. While lakhs of eager farmers are waiting for the disbursal of Rs 2,000 in their account, there are several farmers who are not eligible for the PM KISAN Scheme.


    PM Kisan 11th Installment date 2022: Which farmers will get Rs 2000 monetary benefit and which farmers will not get it



    Who are eligible to get benefits under the PM-KISAN Scheme?


    All landholding farmers' families, which have cultivable landholding in their names are eligible to get benefit under the scheme.


    Who are excluded from the PM-KISAN Scheme?

    The following categories of beneificiaries of higher economic status shall not be elligible for benefit under the scheme.

    A. All Institutional Land holders.

    B. Farmer families which belong to one or more of the following categories:

    i) Former and present holders of constitutional posts

    ii) Former and present Ministers/ State Ministers and former/present Members of LokSabha/ RajyaSabha/ State Legislative Assemblies/ State Legislative Councils,former and present Mayors of Municipal Corporations, former and present Chairpersons of District Panchayats.


    iii) All serving or retired officers and employees of Central/ State Government Ministries /Offices/Departments and its field units Central or State PSEs and Attached offices /Autonomous Institutions under Government as well as regular employees of the Local Bodies


    (Excluding Multi Tasking Staff /Class IV/Group D employees)


    vi) All superannuated/retired pensioners whose monthly pension is Rs.10,000/-or more (Excluding Multi Tasking Staff / Class IV/Group D employees) of above category


    v) All Persons who paid Income Tax in last assessment year


    vi) Professionals like Doctors, Engineers, Lawyers, Chartered Accountants, and Architects registered with Professional bodies and carrying out profession by undertaking practices.

    Source: zeenews

 















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