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    PM-KISAN Installment To Benefit 10 Crore Farmers Announced

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    PM-KISAN Installment To Benefit 10 Crore Farmers Announced

    Beneficiaries from around the country also interacted with the Prime Minister to tell him of the smooth implementation of various government schemes like PMAY, the construction of toilets, the provision of gas cylinders and benefits to farmers.

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Shimla to mark the eighth anniversary of his government and to release the 11th installment of financial benefits under the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-KISAN) scheme.

    The 11th installment entails a transfer of Rs 21,000 crore to more than 10 crore beneficiaries of (PM-KISAN) across the country.

    Addressing the gathering, the Prime Minister congratulated the farmers as more than 10 crore farmers have received the money in their bank accounts through the PM KISAN scheme. The Prime Minister also conveyed his satisfaction on marking eight years of his government by taking up the responsibility of the children who were orphaned following the COVID-19 pandemic through the PM CARES for Children yesterday.

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    The Prime Minister noted that the welfare schemes, good governance, and welfare of the poor (Seva Sushasan aur Gareeb Kalyan) have changed the meaning of government for the people.

    “Seva, Sushasan aur Gareeb Kalyan have changed the meaning of government for the people,” he said. “[The] government is trying to give a permanent solution to the problems which were earlier assumed to be permanent”

    He cited the example of direct benefit transfers that have put an end to the injustice of pilferage and leakage by removing 9 crore fake names from the benefits rolls.

    Be it PM housing schemes, scholarships, or pension schemes, now the government is working for the people by employing digital technologies to minimise the scope of corruption.

    “I can say with pride that almost every family of the country is benefiting from one or the other scheme”, he said.

    One of family of 130 crore citizens

    The Prime Minister said the government has taken the initiative to make 100 per cent benefits reach 100 per cent of the beneficiaries. He said the Government has taken a pledge for reaching the saturation of the beneficiaries, adding that 100 per cent empowerment means ending discrimination, eliminating recommendations and ending appeasement. 100 per cent empowerment means that every poor gets full benefits from government schemes, he said.

    Beneficiaries from around the country also interacted with the Prime Minister to tell him of the smooth implementation of various government schemes like PMAY, the construction of toilets, the provision of gas cylinders and benefits to farmers.

    Many things like education and the marriage of the children will fall in place once a house is provided, Prime Minister Modi said.

    On the occasion, PM Modi said, “I always see myself as a member of the family of 130 crore citizens and not as a Prime Minister. Getting connected with the hopes and aspirations of my family of 130 crore citizens, this family is all I have. You people are everything in my life and this life to is for you.”

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