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Andhra Pradesh Government released Rythu Bharosa Funds Rs/-409.47 crores

Andhra Pradesh Government released Rythu Bharosa Funds Rs/-409.47 crores. AP Government finally pass the orders to release 1st installment of Rythu Bharosa Funds to beneficiary accounts. At 1st installment nearly 7 lakhs former across the state benefited. Right now government have beneficiary list district wise/ mandal wise/ Grama sachivalayam wise.

Beneficiaries under this scheme every gets the Rs/-13,500. Already government of AP for the year 2020-21 through YSR Rythu Bharosa Scheme transferred the Rs/-2,000 to beneficiary accounts. Also, government planned to open the Rythu Bharosa Centers at Grama Sachivalayas on May 30th 2020.

Beneficiary if you have any problems call to government launched help line number that is 1902, Explain the problems.

Andhra Pradesh Government released Rythu Bharosa Funds 

AP Government released 1st installment of YSR Rythu Bharosa Money to the beneficiary accounts. This process begins on May 15th On words. At present every beneficiary get Rs/-5,500.

How To Check YSR Rythu Bharosa 1st Installment Status 

1st Step: Visit https://ysrrythubharosa.ap.gov.in/RBApp/index.html website

2nd Step: Select Payment status (http://ysrrythubharosa.ap.gov.in/RBApp/Reports/PaymentStatus)

3rd Step: Enter user name, password, Enter captcha code

4th Step: Enter aadhaar number, captcha code

5th Step: Proceed to submit details

6th Step: Check mandal name, panchayat name, father name, Khata number, status and remarks.

Login to the account

Visit https://ysrrythubharosa.ap.gov.in/RBApp/RB/Login, Enter user name & password proceed to submit captcha code then login in to the account. To verify details of Pattaadhar or Katha Number needed to enter katha number in the search box to get the particular record.

If farmer details are not captured anywhere (GSWS/Ration/PSS) then select “Unsurveyed, Land Owner dead” by default rejection will be enabled for submission.

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