New Delhi: If you are more than 60 years of age then luck is very good, because Modi government is coming forward to help such people. The central government will now give Rs 3,000 as pension to the people associated with this scheme sitting at home, but some conditions have been kept for this.
The benefit of this scheme of Modi government can be available to all those farmers, who are taking advantage of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi. At the same time, more than 12 crore farmers are getting installments from PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana.
The Central Government is giving the benefit of Kisan Credit Card and PM Kisan Maandhan Yojana to the beneficiaries of PM Kisan. No documents will be required for Maandhan Yojana. At the same time, by joining it, you can get 36000 annually without spending out of pocket.
– Every year so many thousand rupees will come in the account
Under PM Kisan Maandhan Yojana, there is a plan to give pension every month to small marginal farmers. In this, after the age of 60, every month Rs 3000 i.e. Rs 36000 pension is given annually. If a farmer is taking benefit of PM-Kisan Samman Nidhi, then he will not have to give any document for PM Kisan Maandhan Yojana.
There is an option to choose to contribute directly from the benefits received from the PM-Kisan scheme. In this way the farmer will not have to spend money directly from his pocket. 6000, his premium will also be deducted. The farmer will also get 36000 annually without spending out of pocket and also some installments separately.
Under Kisan Maandhan Yojana, any farmer up to the age of 18-40 years can register in it. However, only those farmers who have cultivable land up to a maximum of 2 hectares can take advantage of this scheme.
They will have to make a monthly contribution of Rs 55 to Rs 200 under the scheme for a minimum of 20 years and a maximum of 40 years. If you join at the age of 18 then the monthly contribution will be Rs 55 per month. If you join the scheme at the age of 30, then 110 rupees will have to be contributed every month.
first published:May 5, 2022, 5:20 p.m.