PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana: Will Husband, Wife Both be Able to Claim Rs 6,000? Check Who’s Eligible For 10th Instalment


PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana: The PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana was launched by the Central government to offer financial assistance to small and marginal farmers across the country. IN this scheme, the Centre provides assistance of Rs 6,000 to the farmers in 3 installments in a year. Rs 2,000 is transferred to farmers’ accounts every 4 months. So far, money has been sent in 9 installments to the accounts of farmers. And the farmers are eagerly waiting for the 10th installment. Media reports suggest that the 10th instalment will be credited anytime this month.Also Read – PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana: Submit These Documents Before October 31 To Avail Scheme Benefits

Now the question arises that if both husband and wife apply under PM Kisan Samman Nidhi, will they get benefit? In such a situation, you must know that either husband or wife can apply under PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana. Only one person gets the benefit of the scheme. If both have applied for the scheme and received the benefit, then one of them has to return the money. As per the rules of the scheme, this plan is for farmer families. Also Read – ‘I Want to Go to Prison’: Annoyed Husband Asks Police to Jail Him to Escape Wife at Home!

The family concept in India means husband and wife and two minor children. And as per the rule of the PM Kisan, only one member of the family should ideally get its benefit and not both husband and wife. Also Read – Viral Video: Wife Thrashes Husband & His Girlfriend With Chappal After Catching Them Red-Handed in Gym | Watch

Who are eligible beneficiaries:

  • Under PM Kisan Samman Nidhi, only those farmers who have 5 acres of cultivable cultivation get its benefit.
  • Now the Centre has abolished the holding limit.
  • If someone files income tax return then he is kept out of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi.
  • A person whose farmland is not registered under his/her name is ineligible for the scheme.
  • Moreover, the scheme cannot be availed if the land is registered under the name of the person’s father or grandfather.
  • The scheme will be declared invalid for owners of farmlands who are government employees.
  • Doctors, engineers, lawyers, chartered accountants are ineligible for the scheme.

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