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Atal Dulloo reviews implementation of PM KISAN in J&K

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JAMMU: Additional Chief Secretary (ACS), Agriculture Production Department (APD), Atal Dulloo today chaired a meeting to review the implementation of PM Kisan in Jammu and Kashmir in view of the disbursement of the 13th installment under PM KISAN.

Divisional Commissioner Jammu, Secretary in APD, Special Secretary APD, several District Development Commissioners (district level chairman PM KISAN), Regional Director Survey & Land records Jammu (Nodal Officer), District Nodal Officers, Director Agriculture Kashmir/Jammu, Assistant Commissioners Revenue, Chief Agriculture Officers, representatives of J&K Bank Ltd and other concerned attended the meeting. 

Kashmir-based officers, DDCs, ADDCs, ACRs, CAOs, & district users of PM KISAN attended the meeting through video conferencing.

The ACS in detail discussed the targets, achievements, pendency and recoveries, seeding of bank accounts with the Aadhaar of the beneficiaries, their linking with revenue records, and e-KYC from every district with regard to PM KISAN.

The meeting was also informed about the targets, achievements, and pendency in both Record of Rights (RoR) and e-KYC uploadings, etc.

The meeting also discussed the weeding out of ineligible beneficiaries, income tax payees, and government employees wherein PM-KISAN installments have been disbursed.

The meeting also discussed the bulk uploading of revenue records of PM-KISAN, e-KYC pendency, and to be cleared in a mission mode.

He directed the lead bank to saturate the bank accounts of PM-KISAN beneficiaries with their Aadhaar and NPCI (for DBT) and asked for the breakup of pendency from each district.

He also asked the concerned officers, and Lead Bank Managers to coordinate to sort out issues, if any, to clear all the pendency.

He also had an exclusive interaction with the Lead Bank Officers regarding the updation of beneficiary data on the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) platform of the Government of India. He directed them to ensure the collection of mandates and maximum data updation.

He further asked the Directors of Agriculture Kashmir and Jammu to ensure clearing all eKYC pendency as the next PM-KISAN installment is due.

He also directed the concerned officers to identify and register any left-out eligible beneficiaries so that the benefits would trickle down to the deserving lot.

Earlier, the ACS also reviewed the implementation of PM Gati Shakti-National Master Plan in Jammu and Kashmir. 

At the outset, the Managing Director J&K Agro Industries Corporation Limited, Arun Kumar Manhas delivered a presentation regarding the implementation of PM Gati Shakti. He gave an overview of the scheme while also informing about the significance of the six pillars of PMGS.

Dulloo asked the Heads of the Agri and allied sectors to add more layers in each department and added that the agriculture sector has a vast scope.

He urged the Head of the Departments to complete the lists within the shortest time and submit it to Bhaskaracharya Institute for Space Applications and Geoinformatics (BISAG). 

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