This news has been described as a rumor by tweeting from the official Twitter handle of the Press Information Bureau (PIB) Fact Check. The tweet reads, ‘Dawa: The government has launched the National Educated Unemployed Scheme, in which a relief fund of Rs 50,000 will be given to all ration card holders. PIB Fact Check: No such scheme has been launched by the Indian government. Avoid sharing your personal details on such fake sites.
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Claim: Govt has started a scheme named Rashtriya Sikshit Berojgar Yojana to provide relief package of Rs 50000 to all ration card holders#PIBFactCheck: No such scheme has been launched by Govt of India. Beware of such fake and fraudulent sites collecting your personal info / fees pic.twitter.com/RTawkuzmDK
– PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) May 2, 2020
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