Bank transfer Mahila Jan dhan yojana 2nd instalment of Rs 500 to women Jan Dhan a/c holders from Monday

From Monday, the second installment of government assistance of Rs 500 will come in the account of Mahila Jan Dhan account holders. To help the poor during the Kovid-19 crisis, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced on March 26 that Rs 500 per month would be given to the accounts of women Jan Dhan account holders for three months from April. Secretary Devashish Panda gave this information through a tweet.
As part of PM Garib Kalyan package, women account holders of Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) are being sent Rs 500 bank installment to the bank in May. He said a system has been issued to the beneficiaries to withdraw the money. Accordingly, they can withdraw money by going to a bank branch or customer service center (CSP). This money can also be withdrawn from an ATM. This amount will be deposited over a period of five days so that the branches are not crowded. And will help to follow the social distance guide.
Money can be withdrawn on this date.
According to the schedule, Mahila Jan Dhan account with last digit 0 or 1 can go to the bank on 4th May 2020 and withdraw the amount.
Mahila Jan Dhan Accounts, whose last digit of the account number is 2 or 3, can withdraw money on 5 May 2020.
Beneficiaries, on the other hand, who have the last digit 4 or 5 in their account number, will be able to withdraw on May 6, 2020.
Anyone who has 6 or 7 can withdraw on May 8, 2020.
Those whose last digit of the account number is 8 or 9 can withdraw the amount on 11th May 2020.
Even after May 11, beneficiaries will be able to withdraw money from the bank on any current day as per their convenience.
From January 4, the second installment of Rs 500 per month for women beneficiaries of Jan Dhan Yojana will start coming into their account. Banks are also informing their account holders via SMS. To withdraw beneficiary funds, use the card as a neighboring ATM with a bank friend, CSP so that the branches do not overflow. Also keep in mind that as per the instructions of the Government of India, there is no charge for withdrawing money from ATMs of any other bank at present.
Bank Bar F Baroda said in an SMS message to its Jan Dhan account holders, ‘We are worried about you! Under the Prime Minister’s Poor Welfare Package, PMJDY beneficiary women will be given a deposit of Rs.500 per month for 3 months, you will be informed about the date and time of withdrawal. Please contact the bank branch / bank friend on the given date and time. Be careful, be healthy – thank you.

To help the poor on the Covid-19 crisis, the government said on March 26 that a pre-payment of Rs 500 would be made to Mahila Jan Dhan account holders for the three months starting April. Financial Services Secretary Devashish Panda said in a tweet on Saturday, “Beneficiaries are requested to adhere to the schedule given below for visiting banks and CSPs. Money can also be withdrawn through ATMs and BCs.  

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