Is the government paying Rs 78,856 every month under the Ayush scheme? Know what is the truth

Getting money under Ayush scheme

Getting money under Ayush scheme

PIB Fact Check: These days a message is becoming increasingly viral on social media, claiming that under the Central Government Ayush Yojana (Ayush yojana), all the beneficiaries are being given monthly monetary compensation.

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  • Last Updated:February 21, 2021 10:37 AM IS

New Delhi: PIB Fact Check: These days a message is becoming increasingly viral on social media, claiming that under the Central Government Ayush Yojana (Ayush yojana), monthly monetary compensation is being given to all the beneficiaries. In the message going viral, it is written that the government is planning to pay a monthly salary of Rs 78,856. Let us tell you what is the truth of this news …? Is the Indian government really planning to give money to your account every month?

The message reads, “You have been approved for a salary of Rs 78,856 under the government approved AYUSH scheme.” A link has also been given to this message. However, the full link is not visible in the viral screenshot.

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Fact check
Fact check
False claim

With this tweet of PIB Fact Check, it has become clear that the message going viral on social media is also fake. The government does not have any such plan. The government is not transferring Rs 78,856 to anyone’s account.

You can also get a message checked
If you also receive such a message, then you can send it to PIB at https://factcheck.pib.gov.in/ or WhatsApp number +918799711259 or email: [email protected] for a fact check. This information is also available on PIB website https://pib.gov.in.

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Fast growing fake news
In the Corona era, the kind of situation that is prevailing across the country, many fake news are becoming increasingly viral. The Press Information Bureau of the Government of India has denied the viral news and said that the government has not taken any such decision. The government has also made several efforts to prevent such fake news from spreading during the Corona period.



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