Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently visited Varanasi, his parliamentary constituency, to oversee the transfer of the 17th installment of the PM-Kisan scheme to 9.26 crore beneficiary farmers. This scheme provides crucial financial assistance to farmers across India, with each farmer receiving Rs. 6000 annually distributed in three installments of Rs. 2000 every four months.

During his visit, Prime Minister Modi also honored over 30,000 self-help groups under the Krishi Sakhi initiative, emphasizing the government's commitment to empowering rural communities and enhancing agricultural productivity.

The PM-Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme underscores the government's proactive efforts to support farmers by directly crediting financial aid into their bank accounts linked with Aadhaar cards. This initiative plays a pivotal role in ensuring economic stability and prosperity in the agricultural sector, thereby contributing to India's overall growth and development.

If you are a beneficiary of this scheme, you may need certain documents. More information can be found on the official PM-KISAN website. To verify your beneficiary status, take the following actions:

1. Visit the official website PM-KISAN (
2. Go to the homepage's "Farmers Corner" section.
3. Click on the "Beneficiary Status" link.
4. Enter your Aadhaar number, bank account number, or mobile number.
5. Check your status to see if you have received the installment.

This initiative aims to provide direct financial support to farmers across India.

If the money has not been credited to your account under the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme, you should first ensure that you are eligible to receive financial assistance through this scheme. If you encounter any issues, you can contact your local agricultural officer for assistance.

One of the biggest direct benefit transfer (DBT) programs in the world is the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana. It aims to provide economic support to farmers by transferring an annual amount of Rs. 6000 directly into their linked bank accounts based on their Aadhaar card details. This amount is distributed in three installments, providing financial security and assistance to farmers.