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Will the Modi government give financial assistance of Rs 3,400 to the youth under ‘PM Gyanveer Yojana’?

Fact Check: The state government and the central government run many types of social schemes for the welfare of the people. Through these schemes, financial and social help is given to every section of the society. The central government keeps coming up with many schemes from time to time. Recently, this news is going viral on social media that the government is giving financial assistance of Rs 3,400 to the youth of the country. For this, the government has started ‘Pradhan Mantri Gyanveer Yojana’. In such a situation, the biggest question is whether the government has really started any such scheme. Are the youth really getting financial help of Rs 3,400? Let’s know about this-

What is being claimed?
The news is becoming increasingly viral on social media that under the ‘Pradhanmantri Gyanveer Yojana’, the government is giving financial assistance of Rs 3,400 every month to the youth of the country. To take advantage of this scheme, people have to get themselves registered. After this, money will start coming into the beneficiary’s account every month.

PIB told the truth-
The Press Information Bureau has fact-checked the veracity of the claim going viral on social media. In this fact check, PIB has found that this claim is completely fake. Giving information about this from his official Twitter handle, he has told that this claim is completely false. The government is not giving ₹ 3,400 per month to all youths who register under Pradhan Mantri Gyanveer Yojana. Along with this, PIB has also said that do not share your personal information on any such website/link. Before forwarding such messages, do Fact Check.

Do not share your personal information with anyone-
Let us tell you that nowadays in this era of increasing digitalization, the cases of cyber crime have increased rapidly. In such a situation, if someone asks you for personal information or any fee in the name of a government scheme, then cross-check that scheme before giving both. By doing this you will not have to face any kind of trouble later.

Your personal information like name, Aadhaar number, PAN number and bank details like account number, credit/debit card number, CVV number, PIN number etc. Do not share such information at all. By sharing such information, you can become a victim of fraud and your account can be empty.

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