PIB Fact Check: Rumors continue to spread rapidly on social media regarding various schemes of the central government. Recently, a message is becoming increasingly viral on social media, in which it is written that the Central Government will give financial assistance of Rs 3500 a month to the unemployed under the ‘Pradhan Mantri Unemployment Allowance Scheme’. If you have also received or received any such message, then you should be careful. PIB has told people about this message by tweeting.
Let us tell you that when PIB Fact Check, the official Twitter handle of the Government of India, investigated this message, it was found that it is completely fake. No such scheme is being run by the government.
Do not click on any suspicious links
Let us tell you that it has been claimed in the viral message that the Government of India is giving ₹ 3500 per month to all the unemployed under the ‘Pradhan Mantri Berojgar Bhatta Yojana’. Further, PIB has written in its tweet that no such scheme is being run by the Government of India. Apart from this, do not click on any suspicious link, it may be an attempt to fraud.
What is being claimed in the message
Let us tell you that the message on WhatsApp is going viral. It is written in this that the pre-registration process for the Prime Minister’s Unemployment Allowance Scheme 2021 has started and the central government is giving financial assistance of Rs 3500 per month to the unemployed people across the country under this scheme. Apart from this, it is written that for pre-registration, fill the form by clicking on the link given below.
PIB gave this advice to the people
This claim has been found to be fake in #PIBFactCheck. Apart from this, PIB has said that get information about any scheme only from the official website. Apart from this, do not click on any unknown link. Doing so may empty your account. Apart from this, information about every scheme launched by the central government is already issued by the concerned ministry. Therefore, apply for each scheme only after checking the website of the concerned ministry, PIB and other reliable means. It has also been said that if you fall in the trap of any fake news, you may have to face financial loss instead of profit.
In this way, factcheck can be done
If you also get any such message, then you can send it to PIB for fact check https://factcheck.pib.gov.in/ or whatsapp number +918799711259 or email: [email protected] This information is also available on PIB website https://pib.gov.in.