The Mukhyamantri Parivar Samriddhi Yojana (MMPSY) was launched by the CM of Haryana, Shri Manoj Lal Khattar in an attempt to aid poorer families of the state. Disbursement of funds for the above mega project was started in February 2020. Economic security in old age and insurances are not something that every poor household has access to. Hence this scheme was specifically designed for the less fortunate to provide financial help in form of pensions and 500 rupees per month.
How to check MMPSY Claim Status
To check the status of their claim, applicants must follow the following steps
Step 1. Visit the official portal for the scheme cm-psy.haryana.gov.in
Step 2. Click on “Check status online “
Step 3. You’ll be redirected and required to enter your Aadhar card number given at the time of application.
Step 4. Click on the blue-colored option next to it which asks to check the status of your claim
Step 5. “Beneficiary status” will open. You can see the member’s name, father/husband’s name, amount, remarks, and scheme name on the screen. Download the page and take a printout for future reference.
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₹ 6000 will be provided annually to each applied member in a specific family under the MMPSY scheme. The payment will be in three easy installments. In addition, beneficiaries will receive a pension of ₹ 3000 per month when they cross over sixty years of age. Additionally, family mementos will receive a sum of 2 lakh rupees in case the head member dies. ₹330 is deducted annually from the registered bank account to maintain the life insurance whereas ₹ 12 is deducted to maintain the accidental coverage insurance.
To be eligible for the scheme families must not possess agricultural land of more than 2 hectares. The annual income must be less than a sum of 1 lakh 80 thousand rupees. Applicants must be in between 18 to 50 years of age. They must be permanently residing in Haryana and carry proof of residence as well. They must also possess a valid functional bank account where amounts can be transferred and withdrawn. The main target for the scheme is economically weak farmers and poorer sections of the society dealing with financial insecurity. Applicants must keep in mind that Aadhar card, resident certificate, income certificate, age proof, and photocopy of the first page of the bank passbook are quintessential for application. Those who haven’t applied yet may do so quickly online by reaching either the official portal or by paying a minimal assistance fee in a community service center (CSC).