Be careful with this scheme of earning money sitting at home, know the truth of it

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new Delhi. Nowadays people share anything on social media without knowing the truth but you need to be careful with these fake news. Do not share any fake news or give your personal information without knowing its truth, otherwise you may suffer a lot. Nowadays people are committing many kinds of fraud on social media. On the other hand, fake form of some scheme of Modi government is made and put on social media and then people apply it without knowing its veracity, after which they become a victim of fraud.

Mahatma Gandhi unemployed scheme viral on social media

Today we are going to tell you about one more such news. In fact, nowadays news related to unemployment allowance is becoming increasingly viral on social media. In this viral news, it has been written that in view of the increasing unemployment, on this Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti, the government will provide employment to the unemployed people of India. Can earn up to 2000 rupees from ‘Not only this, a link has also been given with this viral news. Also, it is written in the note that joining will be done only till October 10, so register online now.

PIB Fact Check told the truth

The Press Information Bureau (PIB) investigated the news becoming increasingly viral on social media. PIB tweeted after the investigation that it is claimed, ‘Claim: In a message on Whatsapp, it is being claimed that the central government is giving an opportunity to earn money sitting at home under the’ Mahatma Gandhi unemployed scheme ‘. The team of PIB Fact Check has said that this claim is fake. No such scheme is being run by the central government.

May have to click heavily

PIB has raised this news from WhatsApp saying that in a message on Whatsapp it is being claimed that the central government is giving opportunity to earn money sitting at home under the ‘Mahatma Gandhi unemployed scheme’. Please tell that, PIB keeps warning people about fake news coming on social media through fact check. Actually, nowadays people are falling victim to fraud as soon as they click on the online link. So you do not click on any kind of fake news on social media without verifying the truth, otherwise you may suffer a huge loss.

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