Pradhan Mantri Crop Insurance Scheme: Rs 9000 crore in farmers' account, last date of registration is 31 July!_x000D_
Under the Crop Insurance Scheme launched for farmers by the Central Government of India, crop insurance claims of around Rs 14,000 crore have been reported across the country so far, out of which claims of only Rs 9,000 crore have been paid so far. Has been done. According to media reports, the highest claims have been settled in Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra, where almost all the claims have been settled. Let us tell you that earlier the Prime Minister Crop Insurance Scheme was compulsory for all farmers, but now it has been made voluntary. Now if the farmer will deposit the insurance premium in the bank, then he will get the benefit of this scheme otherwise.
Last date of registration is 31 July - If you also want to take advantage of Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, then the last date for insurance of Kharif crops is 31 July 2020. Those indebted farmers who do not want insurance facility must inform their bank branch in writing 7 days before the last date. Non-indebted farmers can do crop insurance themselves on CSC, bank, agent or insurance portal.
Prime Minister's Crop Insurance Scheme Application - Drought, heavy rains, hurricanes or hailstorms. The Prime Minister's Crop Insurance Scheme (PMFBY) is a great help to many farmers across the country. Therefore, if they want to avail the benefits of this scheme again, the farmers will have to register as such. The last date to register for the benefits of the Prime Minister's Crop Insurance Scheme is July 31. So the farmers who want to take advantage of this scheme. Such farmers have to register by July 31, 2020.
How much premium have to be paid
One has to pay 2% premium for Kharif crop and 1.5% premium for Rabi crop. The PMFBY scheme also provides insurance cover for commercial and horticultural crops. In this, farmers have to pay 5% premium.
You can use one of these documents like Aadhar Card, PAN Card, Driving License, Voter ID Card, Passport, as well as one of these documents for the address.
You can apply for Prime Crop Insurance Scheme by visiting a bank. You can also apply online. For this visit https://pmfby.gov.in/ You can register on the website. If you want to register for the Prime Minister's Crop Insurance Scheme by filling up the form offline, you can also avail this insurance scheme by visiting the nearest nationalized bank.
Source – News 18 ,14 june 2020,
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