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- Out Of Total 40 Point 63 Crore Jan Dhan Bank Accounts 22 Point 44 Crore Were Opened By Women And 18 Point 19 Crore Accounts Of Men
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There was no deposit in 3.01 crore accounts on 9 September 2020
- In RTI reply, data couldn’t be discovered in regards to the total quantity deposited within the accounts of ladies and men.
- On 1 April 2020, a total of Rs 1,19,680.86 crore was deposited in all of the Jan Dhan accounts, on 9 September it was Rs 1,29,811.06 crore.
More than half of the bank accounts opened beneath Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) are of ladies. According to an RTI (Right to Information) reply, a total of 40.63 crore accounts were opened beneath the scheme until 9 September 2020. Of these, 22.44 bank accounts are for ladies and 18.19 crore accounts are for men.
However, within the RTI reply given to Madhya Pradesh activist Chandra Shekhar Gaur, it was not identified how a lot quantity is deposited within the accounts of ladies and men. On 9 September 2020, there were no deposits in 3.01 crore accounts. The quantity of separate accounts of men and girls was additionally not present in these accounts with zero stability.
Deposit in Jan Dhan accounts elevated by 8.5% on this monetary 12 months until 9 September
The Finance Ministry mentioned in its reply that the deposits in Jan Dhan accounts elevated by 8.5 p.c to 1.30 lakh crores by the start of September on this monetary 12 months. 1,19,680.86 crore were deposited in these accounts on 1 April 2020. These elevated by 8.5 per cent to Rs 1,29,811.06 crore on 9 September 2020.
Till 7 October, 40.98 crore Jan Dhan accounts had Rs 1,30,360.53 crore deposited
According to the newest information from the federal government web site pmjdy.gov.in, as of 7 October 2020, there were 40.98 crore Jan Dhan accounts and Rs 1,30,360.53 crore were deposited in these accounts. Government banks have opened 32.48 crore Jan Dhan accounts, of which Rs 1,00,869.65 crore are deposited. Rs 25,509.05 crore are deposited in 7.24 crore accounts of regional rural banks and Rs 3,981.83 crore in 1.27 crore accounts of non-public banks.
Jan Dhan Yojana was began in August 2014
PMJDY began in August 2014. A goal has been set to open an account from each household beneath the scheme. An overdraft facility of Rs 10,00zero is on the market in these accounts.