Modi government depositing 7 lakh rupees in students’ account! Know what is true
A news is increasingly becoming viral on YouTube, claiming that the central government is putting money of 7 lakh rupees in the bank account of the students. It was told in the viral news that under the ‘Jeevan Lakshya Yojana’, the central government is giving Rs 7 lakh to the students. When this news was investigated, it turned out to be completely fake. On the social media, many such news are going viral on the day to mislead and cheat people, the central government is constantly making people aware to avoid it.
Claim is being made in viral news
It is being said in this news that under the ‘Jeevan Lakshya Yojana’, the central government is giving Rs 7 lakh in bank accounts of all students. The official Twitter handle of the Government of India, PIB Fact Check, has clearly said that this news is fake.
According to PIB, this claim is fake. The Government of India has not made any such announcement nor is the government running any such scheme.
दावा : एक #YouTube वीडियो में यह दावा किया जा रहा है कि केंद्र सरकार ‘जीवन लक्ष्य योजना’ के तहत सभी छात्र-छात्राओं के बैंक खातों में 7 लाख रुपए की धनराशि दे रही है।#PIBFactCheck: यह दावा फ़र्ज़ी है। केंद्र सरकार ऐसी कोई योजना नहीं चला रही है। pic.twitter.com/rMCwcBCXDJ
— PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) November 16, 2020
Earlier, PIB Fact Check had revealed the truth of the claim being made about the ‘Kanya Samman Yojana’ scheme. Actually in another YouTube video it is being claimed that the central government is depositing an amount of Rs 2,500 per month under the ‘Kanya Samman Yojana’ in the bank accounts of all the daughters, but this claim is also fake and such a claim by the central government No plan is being run.
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