Answered on February 22,2019
Yes. If within a landholding farmer family, cultivable land is in names of different family members, in such cases, the land will be pooled for determination of eligibility.The payment will be given to the person within the family having highest quantum of land. If the quantum of land owned by two or more individual family members is same, payment will be transferred in the name of eldest member among them in the farmer family.
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