Under the Prime Minister’s Kisan Samman fund scheme, those who misrepresented the installment are no longer well off. The process of recovery from such farmers has begun in Uttar Pradesh. According to media reports, the government has sent a list of 9219 unqualified farmers to the Agriculture Department in the Mainpuri district of Uttar Pradesh. The department has issued a notice to these unqualified farmers and ordered the payment of PM Kisan’s money. Fraud involves cases of deceased farmers, taxpayers, pensioners, money laundering, wrongful Aadhaar etc. by husband and wife.
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Amount to be deposited in cash
Unqualified farmers taking money under the Prime Minister’s Kisan Samman fund scheme should deposit money in the office of Deputy Director of Agriculture. Upon depositing the amount, they will be given a receipt. Then, by depositing this amount into a government account, the department deletes the farmer’s data and feeds it on the online portal.
32,300 dead farmers are raising installments in UP
Of these large numbers of unqualified beneficiaries, a maximum of 3, 86,000 people have false accounts or fake Aadhaar. In second place are income tax payers. Their number is 2,34,010. 32,300 beneficiaries have already gone to heaven. Despite this, we are increasing three episodes of 2000-2000 each year. At the same time, the number of disqualifications due to other reasons was 57,900.
More than 42 lakh unqualified persons are taking an installment in the country
More than 42 lakh unqualified persons in the country have defrauded the government of Rs 2,900 crore under PM Kisan for Rs 2000-2000. This information was answered by Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar in a parliamentary query. Let us say that under this scheme, the central government transfers Rs 6000 per annum directly to farmers’ accounts in three installments of Rs 2000-2000 per year.
About 2.5 crore farmers’ installments
The 2000 installment of the PM Kisan Samman Fund has reached the accounts of 9,80,80,660 farmers from August-November. However, according to data provided on the PM Kisan portal, the number of farmers registered for the scheme is over 12.13 crore. That is, about 2.5 crore farmers installment is still pending.