These farmers will not be able to benefit from the Prime Minister's Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana, find out what the rules are

These farmers will not be able to benefit from the Prime Minister’s Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana, find out what the rules are

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As the seventh installment of the Prime Minister’s Kisan Samman Nidhi project, more than Rs 11 crore farmers are getting Rs 2,000. So far, 11.17 crore farmers of the country are getting one thousand installments every four months. The Modi government has so far sent six installments of 2000-2000 to the farmers’ accounts. Now the next installment is the th installment from December. If you want to take advantage of this scheme, first learn about the terms and conditions of the Prime Minister’s Kisan Yojana.

These farmers will not get the benefit of Prime Minister’s Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana

Farm is not your name

Farmers should have farm land in their own name to take advantage of the Prime Minister’s Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana. If a farmer cultivates, he will not be a beneficiary if the field is not in his name. Even if the farm is named after his father or grandfather, PM farmers will not be able to take advantage of the project.

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These farmers do not get benefits

If a person owns agricultural land, he is a government employee or retired, current or former MP, MLA, Minister, then he does not get the benefit of Prime Minister’s Kisan Yojana. In addition, professional registered physicians, engineers, lawyers, chartered accountants or their family members do not benefit from this scheme.

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Those who have received a pension of more than Rs 10,000 do not get the benefit

If a person owns a farm and gets a pension of more than Rs 10,000 per month, he will not be able to be a beneficiary of this scheme. Income tax paying families will also not get the benefit of this scheme.

Benefit small and marginalized families

The guideline defines small and marginal farmers as farming families where husbands, wives and minor children jointly have cultivable land of two hectares or less as per the land records of their respective states or union territories.

They can’t get the benefits

– Those who are using agricultural land for other purposes instead of work.

– Many farmers in the village farm on other people’s land but they do not own the farm. The farm owner pays a portion of the crop or money. Such national farmers cannot accept this project.

The 7th installment of the Prime Minister’s Kisan Honors Fund will not be available unless you do this important work

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