During the Corona period, many false reports are being spread in the name of this project of Modi government. Sometimes the video of depositing Rs 2,500 per month in the account in the name of Kanya Samman Yojana goes viral, and sometimes it happens to make Rs 10,000 per family under the Prime Minister’s Fund. A new video is now going viral on YouTube, claiming that the central government is depositing Rs 1.24 lakh in the accounts of all women under the ‘Mahila Swamiman Yojana’.
The central government is not running such a plan
The PIB Fact Check clearly states that this claim is false. The central government has no such plan. PIBFact checked the tweet and warned that the fake central government was not carrying out any such plan.
Claim: One #Youtube The video claims that the central government is depositing Rs 1.24 lakh in the bank accounts of all women under the ‘Mahila Swamiman Yojana’. #PIBFactCheck: This claim is false. The central government is not running any such plan. pic.twitter.com/WxSdmPiNsm
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