India, with its vast and diverse population, recognizes the significance of supporting its vulnerable sections. The government continually takes steps to ensure that its welfare schemes cater to the needs of every deserving individual. Among these, the PM Kisan Yojana stands out as a testament to the nation’s dedication to its agrarian roots.

Welfare for All:

Numerous welfare schemes have been initiated across the country to provide assistance to those in need. These programs extend benefits to the economically weaker sections, ensuring that growth and prosperity are equitable.

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Supporting the Farmers:

The PM Kisan Yojana is one such laudable initiative. Under this scheme, eligible farmers receive an annual sum of 6,000 rupees. This amount is systematically distributed in three installments, each of 2,000 rupees, spread throughout the year.

e-KYC: A Crucial Requirement?

With the upcoming 15th installment, many farmers have been raising a pivotal question: Is e-KYC mandatory to avail the benefit of this installment?

Government’s Stance on e-KYC:

Addressing this, the government has clarified its position on e-KYC for PM Kisan Yojana beneficiaries. It has been declared obligatory for all farmers enrolled in the scheme to complete their e-KYC.

Potential Impact:

This means that farmers who neglect or fail to undergo the e-KYC process will unfortunately miss out on the installment benefits. The decision underscores the importance the government places on digitization and ensuring genuine beneficiaries.

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How to Complete e-KYC?

If you’re a farmer yet to fulfill the e-KYC requirements, there’s no need to fret. You can quickly get it done at your nearest CSC centre. Ensure you carry all the necessary documents, and the process should be straightforward.

In conclusion, while the PM Kisan Yojana promises support to the country’s farmer community, it is crucial for beneficiaries to keep abreast of requirements like e-KYC. Doing so not only ensures uninterrupted benefits but also paves the way for transparent and effective governance.

Sonu Roy is originally a resident of Samastipur district of Bihar, has been working as a writer in digital journalism for the last 4 years. In his career of 4 years, he has good experience from politics, automobile, motivation, sports to technology field.