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PM Kisan Scheme: Modi Govt Made The Farmers of The Country Happy, Now You Will Get So Much Benefit From Scheme

Modi Govt Made The Farmers of The Country Happy

PM Kisan 15th Instalment: Let us tell you that Modi government has given very good news to the people before Chhat Puja. On November 15, Prime Minister Modi sent Rs 2000 to the accounts of farmers of class 15 through DBT. But now the government also pays the people for their pending loans. Due to non-completion of KYC, the money for the third and fourth installments did not come into the accounts of those farmers. Now the government sends money to their account also. 6 thousand rupees are coming into the person's account at once. Happy before Chhath Puja.

Many such people have three installments of Rs 2,000 each in their accounts. People to whom three letters are being sent. His last two letters are pending due to non-completion of documentation. Now people are getting money before Chhath Puja. So they are happy. On November 15, in a program in Khunti, Jharkhand, Prime Minister Modi gave the fifth installment in the accounts of 8 crore farmers. On 16 and 17 November, Rs 2000 each came into the person's account.

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Four thousand rupees came into the account of some people

One should not believe the message of three installments of Rs 2,000 each. But later he was surprised to see Rs 6,000 in his account. Also, some people claim. That this time Rs 4 thousand have come into his account. If the fourth class of farmers was stuck, then this time the government will give them Rs 4000. The government has already paid more than Rs 2.62 lakh crore to farmers in 14 installments.

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You have not got the price of Rs 2000 this time. So you can file a complaint on PM-Farmer Help Desk. Also, you can lodge complaints by calling 011-24300606 and 155261 or by calling 18001155266. You can also send your complaints to or

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Publish Date : November 19, 2023

Posted By Abhishek

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