New Delhi: Under the Pradhan Mantri Berojgari Bhatta Yojana, the center is giving Rs.6,000 per month to the unemployed youth of the country. Messages related to this are circulating on WhatsApp. Some are also giving fake links to apply.
Cyber criminals are also taking advantage of this and committing frauds. They are also collecting money from innocent people in the hope of giving them unemployment benefits. They are sending website links and taking details of bank accounts and emptying them.
It is in this context that the Press Information Bureau of India has done a fact check on this matter. It has been revealed that there is no truth in this campaign. The central government has said that no such scheme has been brought so far. Nirodyaga Bhriti messages which are going viral on social media are all fake. It is suggested that no one should believe these things and should not be deceived.
A viral #WhatsApp It is being claimed in the message that the government is giving an allowance of ₹6,000 per month to the unemployed youth under the Pradhan Mantri Unemployement Allowance Yojana. #PIBFactCheck
▶️This message is fake.
▶️Government of India is not running any such scheme.
▶️Please do not forward such messages. pic.twitter.com/w0mfOyEAMI
— PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) February 20, 2023
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