PM Kisan: Prime Minister Narendra Modi transferred the seventh installment of PM Kisan Yojana (PM Kisan) to the bank account of nine crore farmers on 25 December.
Under this installment, an amount of Rs 2,000 has been started in the account of farmers. However, this entire process takes a little time and is credited to the farmers’ accounts in a gradual manner. In such a situation, after checking the status under this scheme, you come in front of the seventh installment by writing ‘FTO is Generated and Payment confirmation is pending’. In such a situation it is necessary for you to know what it means.
On the official website of Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM Kisan), if you check the status through any one of the Aadhaar number, account number or mobile number and you find these eight words written, then you need to be relaxed. This means that the government has checked your Aadhaar number, bank account number and other details and a payment order has been issued. However, the payment has not been confirmed yet. Despite this you do not have to worry about worrying. In a few days of the payment order, an amount of two thousand rupees will be credited to your account. Here FTO stands for Fund Transfer Order. You need to wait a few more days now.
If these words are not seen in the status then do this work
You are the beneficiary of Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-Kisan) scheme and if you do not see these eight words in the status then you should call the helpline number. The helpline numbers of PM Kisan Yojana are 155261/1800115526 (toll free) and 011-23381092. Apart from this, you can also contact the help desk through any one of the Aadhaar number, account number or mobile number.
PM Kisan Scheme
This is a very ambitious scheme of the central government. The goal of this scheme is to increase the income of our country’s donors. Under this scheme, the government sends Rs 6,000 to farmers’ accounts every year. The government puts this amount in the accounts of farmers in three equal installments. In view of the Kovid-19 crisis, the government transferred the first installment of the current financial year to the bank accounts of farmers in April and the second installment in August.