The Government of West Bengal has implemented the Krishak Bandhu scheme to offer financial assistance to farmers in the state. Under this scheme, eligible farmers receive Rs 4,000 per annum for Rabi crops and Rs 10,000 per annum for Kharif crops. The funds are directly transferred to the bank accounts of eligible farmers through the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) mode.

To check the status of your Krishak Bandhu application, you can visit the official website at By entering your Voter ID Card Number, you will be able to access the information about your application and know whether you are eligible for the scheme’s benefits.

The scheme aims to provide financial aid to farmers and promote agricultural development in West Bengal. The benefits are divided based on the size of the land owned by the farmer, with smaller landowners receiving Rs 4,000 and larger landowners receiving Rs 10,000. The scheme also covers additional expenses and provides multiple crop seeds to eligible farmers.

To apply for the Krishak Bandhu scheme, applicants are required to submit certain documents, including:

  • Aadhar Card
  • Voter ID Card
  • Krishak Bandhu Card
  • ROR Attested Copy
  • Land Record/Khatian Number
  • Self-declaration of the applicant

Both online and offline modes are available for applying to the scheme. Applicants can either download the application form from the official website or collect it from the Duare Sarkar Camp. After filling out the form and attaching the necessary documents, the application should be submitted to the block officer at the camp.

Once the application is submitted, individuals can check the status of their application on the Krishak Bandhu scheme website, By logging in with the application number or Voter ID Card Number, applicants can access the status of their application and track the progress.

Upon approval of the application, eligible farmers can expect to receive the benefits directly into their linked bank accounts. It is important to note that the Krishak Bandhu scheme is designed to support farmers and improve their financial well-being.

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