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News Claim: A social media wooing message has gone viral. In which it is asserted that every girl kid receives financial help from the central government in the amount of 2000 rupees as part of the Pradhan Mantri Kanya Ayush Yojana. On social media, many statements about this technique are becoming viral.
In the message going viral on social media, it has been said that the central government is giving financial assistance of 2000 rupees to every girl child under the Pradhan Mantri Kanya Ayush Yojana.
It is being claimed in the message that under this scheme, the government is transferring this amount directly to the account of every girl child. This message states that, to take advantage of the scheme, the beneficiary should have a bank account, which is linked with the Aadhar card.
News Verification: Ayupp.com looked into this claim and discovered that the Center hasn't actually implemented any such strategy. Thus, this report is false and inaccurate.
The Press Information Bureau (PIB) has told that the central government has not started any such scheme. Beware of such wrong schemes. Personal information of those applying for this can be misused. PIB has clarified that PM Kanya Ayush Scheme is completely false, and misleading. If such messages or posts come in front of you, then do not consider it true. There is no official website available for the application of this scheme.
Claim: The government is providing ₹2000 to every girl child under Pradhan Mantri Kanya Ayush Yojana. #PIBFactCheck: This claim is #Fake. There is no such scheme under the central government. Please beware of such bogus schemes! pic.twitter.com/dYLWHul3Kx— PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) September 5, 2020
There is no such a government plan. Therefore, everyone must wait for the PM Kanya Ayush Yojana Online Application form in the event that the government introduces such a programme. False misinformation has been spread about this scheme. As this is being shared on many social media sites. Among them are primarily Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, etc.
The online registration form and application form cannot be downloaded from any source. There is also no official website where you can submit an online application for this programme. This widely shared message on the PM Kanya Ayush Scheme makes no mention of the fact that financial aid will be provided to every child in our nation or that only the daughters of the poor and disadvantaged will benefit from this programme.
News verdict: The Center has not run any such scheme, so this claim has been proved to be fake.