The news is viral where it is claimed that Modi government ban new recruits.

Fact Check:  Modi government ban new recruits?

News Claim - The news is viral where it is claimed that the Modi government ban new recruits. There is a buzz on social media to consider September 17, 2020, as 'unemployment day'. September 17 is also the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Meanwhile, a claim related to employment started going viral. It has been claimed on social media that the central government has banned the recruitment of new jobs or, say, the recruitment of government posts.

The government has banned government jobs in all ministry departments and government bodies. There will be no further recruitment to the government post, the central government has issued a notice. All applications are taken after 1 July 2020 have also been announced to be canceled. (Archive link)News Verification: In the investigation, we found it misleading. The Finance Ministry has clarified that no cuts have been made in recruitments made under government entities like Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), Staff Selection Commission (SSC), or Railway Recruitment Board (RRB). There the selection process will continue as before.

 News Verdict: False


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Chetan Sharma is an Indian fact-checker and news writer, writing news for Ayupp since 2014.

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