Modi govt gives Rs 5,000 to Covid vaccinated people? Know the truth behind the viral post

New Delhi: News of a campaign led by the central government, depositing Rs 5,000 to Covid-vaccinated people, has recently gone viral on social media. A fake letter issued in the name of Pradhan Mantri Jan Kalyan yojna is doing the rounds in social media in which people who have been vaccinated against covid are given the above amount.

Refuting the claims, PIB tweeted that the order circulating on social media claiming that those who received the Covid vaccine will be given Rs 5,000 from the Prime Minister’s Welfare Department after filling out an online form is actually fake.

PIB has further appealed to people not to forward this fake message to anyone.

the additional term of Dearness Allowance will be in effect from 01.07.2022 is Fake. PIB further says that the Ministry of Expenditure has not issued such an order.

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