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Women To Get Rs 500 Per Month Under PM Jan Dhan Yojana

Women To Get Rs 500 Per Month Under PM Jan Dhan Yojana : Coronavirus live updates India

The Indian Banks Association (IBA) on Wednesday asked banks to start depositing Rs 500 directly into women's account under Prime Minister Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY). The amount sent under the recently announced Prime Minister's Poor Welfare Scheme.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaram had assured the women public account holders that while announcing a relief package of Rs 1.7 lakh crore, Rs 500 would be deposited in her account in the next three months from April 3. Such steps have been taken to ease the tension of the sections imposed by the lidown due to coronavirus.

The amount sent under the scheme will be paid between April 3 and April April. The IBA has said that the money will be deposited according to the schedule to ensure that the orderly withdrawals will be made. This amount will be placed in the women's bank account according to the last issue of the women's public account number.
Account numbers ending in or with થશે will receive money on April while or as the final digits will receive the April amount, as well as the last digits, or account holders with with will receive money on April. The money will be credited to the account or account numbers ending in April. The account or accompanying account number will be received on April 1st, April, due to their latest issue.

Women who have an account under the Prime Minister's Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) can start raising Rs 500 from Friday for the next three months as part of a government move for those most affected by the 21-day coronavirus lockdown.

The Financial Services Department has issued guidelines to all banks to ensure that the beneficiaries do not start lines on the bank's branches as it defeats the purpose of social distance.

Therefore, these women will get money under the scheme between April 3 and April 9. They will receive the money in their account according to the last digit of their public money account number.

Account numbers ending in or with will receive money on April,,  or as the last digits will be received on April,, then, account holders with or as the last digits will be remitted in April, ending April or April. Money will be credited to the account number. The account or their accompanying account number will receive remittance on April 1st April.

After April-April, the beneficiary can submit the branch or BC on any date as per normal banking hours.  Can go in  Accordingly, banks can get the credit of the beneficiary accounts.  '

  Beneficiaries can also opt to withdraw this money from their nearest ATM.

  Banks have also stated that beneficiaries can deposit money when needed, not just when it is deposited.

  "... can also be carried out by clarifying that the money deposited in the account is available for withdrawal when needed and if the beneficiary needs to withdraw the money immediately, it may be required to submit a bank branch or B.C.  Can go to  '.

  On March 26, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaram announced a financial relief package of Rs 1,70,000 crore.

  On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also asked the chief ministers at a video conference to ensure the release of funds stuck so that there was no congestion in the banks.

  The aim of direct cash transfer is to help the poorest who are most affected by the lockdown in the country which is being imposed in India to pinch the curve of the Covid-19 case.

Women To Get Rs 500 Per Month Under PM Jan Dhan Yojana : Coronavirus live updates India

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