The central government led by PM Narendra Modi is engaged in considering the interest of the unemployed youth of the country and for this the government has announced that every such person is going to be given an allowance every month, if you have also done such a thing. If you have read the message online, then this news is necessary for you. If you have also received this message through social media or instant messaging service platform, then there is a need to know the reality of this message rather than gathering information here and there. This message was investigated by the Press Information Bureau through fact check and some shocking facts have come to the fore.
Actually, a message that has gone viral through WhatsApp for some time is claiming that there is a scheme of the Central Government named PM Berojgari Bhatta Yojana. Under this scheme, the central government is also providing unemployment allowance of Rs 3500 per month to the unemployed youth of the country. This message, which went viral on WhatsApp, has forced a large number of youth to gather information related to it and contact them at various places. In the greed of unemployment allowance, youths have also started getting certificates etc. without knowing it.
At the same time, the truth about this message has been presented through its official handle by PIB Fact Check on Ku App, the country's first multilingual micro-blogging platform. In this post, PIB Fact Check has written, "In a viral #Whatsapp message it is being claimed that the Government of India is also providing an allowance of ₹ 3500 per month to unemployed youth under the Prime Minister's Berojgari Bhatta Yojana.
️ This message is fake
️ Government of India is not running any such scheme
️ Please do not forward such messages"
A picture has also been posted with this message, in which scam alert is written. Through this photo, the message received by the people has been told. Let us inform that registration has started for the Prime Minister's Unemployment Allowance Scheme 2022, under this scheme, unemployed youth are going to be given Rs 3500 every month.
Along with this, PIB Fact Check has clearly posted in big words that this scheme is fake. That is, the reality of this scheme was presented through fact check and people have also been told that they should not blindly trust any message they get and should think a hundred times before clicking on any link.
From next time onwards, if you are also not sure about the genuineness of a message, then it is better to visit the PIB Fact Check page on the KOO app to know the facts related to that message or by sending this message to PIB Fact Check. Know its truth.