In midst of the nationwide lockdown, the center has been taking several measures to decrease the plight of it’s citizens. On the occasion of completing one year of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced a big gift to the farmers. As per reports, the center has decided to give Kisan credit card of 1.6 lakh rupees to all the beneficiaries of this scheme.
How to Apply for Kisan Credit Card–
Go to the official site
All the customers who have opened accounts in PM Kisan Samman Nidhi can only take advantage of this government scheme. For this, you must first go to the official site https://pmkisan.gov.in/
You can download the form from here
From here you have to download the form of Kisan Credit Card. On the official site’s homepage, you will see the option of Download KCC form. You can download the form from here.
You need to fill-up the form with every detail
You will get a one-page form here where you need to fill-up every detail. You have to fill this form with the documents of your land, details of the crop. Apart from this, it has to be declared that they have not got any other farmer credit card made from any other bank or branch. Apart from this, you can also download this form from http://www.argicoop.gov.in./
Rs. 1.60 lakh will be the limit
In this credit card, customers get an auto limit of up to Rs 1.60 lakh. Also, if the crop of any account holder is worth more than this, they can make a credit card for a higher amount. You need to fill up every information regarding your crops and land.
Crores of people have joined this scheme
As per the report, around 9 crore 34 lakh people have joined the government’s scheme. The Modi government has set a target to add 14 crore farmers by 2022 under this scheme, says an official.
You can repay the Loan up to 31st March
Apart from this, under the Kisan Credit Card Scheme, you can repay the loan till 31 May. Earlier, the last date to repay this loan was 31 March, which has now been increased to 31 May. Not only this, there will not be any penalty or extra interest.
SOURCE: Krishi Jagran