Kisan credit card for Indore farmers

Deserving farmers will get it from March 1-17

PTI | February 29, 2012



The Kisan credit card would be made available to deserving farmers from March 1-17 in the district, an official said today.

Bank of India has been authorised to make the credit cards in special camps to be organised in all 19 rural and semi-rural branches in the district including Rau, Bijalpur, Depalpur, Gautampura, Betma, Mangalia, Tillor, Mhow, and other tehsil headquarters, the official said.

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