PM Kisan: Today, on May 14, the eighth installment of Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM Kisan Scheme) has been added to the account of about 9.5 crore farmers across the country. Rs 19,000 crore was sent to the account of farmers across the country.
New Delhi. Today, on May 14, the eighth installment of Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM Kisan Scheme) has been added to the account of about 9.5 crore farmers across the country. Rs 19,000 crore was sent to the account of farmers across the country. For the first time in this, the farmers of Mamta Banerjee’s state West Bengal (West Bengal) benefited. An amount of 2 thousand was sent to the account of about 7 lakh farmers. Explain that till now, under this scheme, 1.15 lakh crore rupees have been transferred to the accounts of farmer families. It was made an issue in Bengal elections Today, under this scheme, money was sent to the account of the farmers of Bengal for the first time. The central government was constantly trying to convince Mamta government to join this scheme but she was not ready for it. During the election campaign, PM Modi alleged that Mamta Banerjee’s government of Bengal is depriving the farmers. Now when Mamta Banerjee’s government is formed again in the state, PM Modi will give the amount of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana to the farmers of Bengal as per his promise. However, today money will not be able to be sent to the account of all farmers of Bengal because some technical formalities have not yet been completed by the state government. Also read- PM Modi today sent 2000 rupees to the account of 9.5 crore farmers, see here, who is getting the money and who is notMamta wrote a letter to PM Along with becoming the CM of West Bengal, CM Mamta Banerjee had written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) demanding the payment of the amount of Prime Minister Krishak Samman Nidhi to the farmers of Bengal. It was said in the letter that all the arrangements have been made by the state government as per the central government guidelines. Mamta Banerjee said in her letter that the state government said that out of 21.79 lakh farmers, about 14.91 lakh farmers have been registered in the portal and a nodal officer has also been appointed for this.