21% of Uttar Pradesh PMs have not yet benefited from Kisan, are you not there?

The seventh installment (December-March) of the Prime Minister’s Kisan Samman Nidhi is still awaiting crores of farmers, though Prime Minister Narendra Modi on December 25 sent Rs 18,000 crore to the accounts of 90 million farmers. Despite this, 21 per cent farmers in Uttar Pradesh, 22 per cent in Punjab, 23 per cent in Gujarat and 29 per cent in Jharkhand have not reached the third installment of Rs 2,000 this financial year. At present, there are 11 crore 45 lakh beneficiaries of the Prime Minister’s Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana.

State-wise data of farmers receiving December-March installments


Successful payments

Meghalaya 96
Himachal Pradesh 95
Bihar 94
Uttarakhand 93
Haryana 93
Nagaland 91
Jammu and Kashmir 91
Telangana 91
Kerala 91
Maharashtra 88
Arunachal 88
Madhya Pradesh 85
Chhattisgarh 83
Rajasthan 82
Karnataka 82
Mizoram 81
Uttar Pradesh 79
Punjab 78
Gujarat 77
Tamil Nadu 76
Jharkhand 71
Andhra Pradesh 66
Orissa 57
Manipur 55
Sikkim 41
Lakshadweep 29
Assam 7
West Bengal 0


According to the Prime Minister’s Kishan Portal, the first installment was given to 3,16,01,224 farmers. The second installment reached 63,16,7977 farmers, the third 8.75 crore, the fourth 8.94 crore and the fifth installment 10.46 crore farmers, and the number of farmers receiving the sixth installment stood at 10.20 crore. At the same time, the number of farmers receiving the seventh installment is Tk 9.06 crore. This installment will be sent by March 31, 2021.

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Remove mistakes while sitting at home

If you still haven’t received the money in your bank account after the application, check your records to see if there are any errors. You do not need to go anywhere else for this, but you can fix it at home from your mobile, if you download the Prime Kisan app, it is easier to correct mistakes. Let’s find out how to fix these mistakes …

  • Visit the official website of the Prime Minister-Kisan Project ( Go to its Farmer Corner and click on the Edit Aadhaar Details option.
  • You enter your Aadhaar number here. Then enter a captcha code and submit.
  • If your name is simply incorrect, however, both the application in Aadhaar and your name are different, you can fix it online.
  • If there is any other mistake, contact your accountant and the office of the Department of Agriculture


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