: In keeping with the times, social media has become a huge source of news. Nowadays people spend most of their day on social media. In such a situation, there are various updates from the country and abroad very easily available. However, sometimes some news that goes viral is proved to be “fake”. Besides, they also create a sensation among netizens. Basically, there are many YouTube channels that provide various information about government schemes. In such a situation, a YouTube channel called Govt Update has made a claim related to Aadhar Card which has surprised everyone.
Basically, Aadhaar card is one of the most important ID proofs of our country. It is used to avail government schemes. In this situation, the YouTube channel named Sarkari Update has claimed that this time the government will provide financial assistance of Rs 3,000 per month to all Aadhaar card holders in the country. If you too have seen this viral video then be alert now. Because, in view of this video, PIB has already brought the whole issue forward by tweeting.
PIB confirmed the fact by tweeting: In this context, the Press Information Bureau has “fact checked” such viral videos on social media to bring out the truth. In this case, PIB termed this claim regarding Aadhaar card as completely false. Basically, the central government has not run any scheme through which Aadhaar card holders will get financial assistance of Rs 3,000 per month.
Don’t accidentally share personal information: It should be noted that never share your personal information with anyone misled by such false claims. Also do not share your bank details like bank account number, OTP, CVV number, credit card and debit card details with anyone. Above all, beware of this kind of fake information.
#YouTube channel ‘Sarkari Update’ is claiming in a
Video that all girls will get ₹2,100/- month.
▶️ This claim is #Fake.
▶️ No such announcement has been made by the Government of India. pic.twitter.com/wgyS5MRexd
— PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) December 20, 2022
You can also fact check very easily: If you also receive such messages, you can fact check them to find out if they are true. Basically, you can verify the authenticity through PIB. For this you have to click on this official link https://factcheck.pib.gov.in/. Also, you can send the suspicious video to this whatsapp number +918799711259 or email to email@example.com.