Fact Check: Government Has Not Offered Any Work From Home Scheme, WhatsApp Message Is Fake

Proving a WhatsApp message on work from home jobs to be false, the government’s fact check organization PIB Fact Check has said that the government is not giving any such opportunity to the people. Actually, for the last few days, a message on WhatsApp was becoming quite viral. In which it was being said that the government is giving an opportunity to work from home with the collaboration of an organization.

PIB told the message to be fake

At the same time, opening the poll of this fake message, PIB has said that, “No such announcement has been made by the government and people should not indulge in any such links containing fraud. “

Fake messages often go viral on social media

Significantly, due to the pandemic, many jobs have shifted to work from home mode. For almost more than a year, many offices, mostly working in this mode. In such a situation, many fake messages along with the message of work from home keep going viral on social media.

Government always makes announcements on the official website

Job aspirants need to be very careful before finalizing any such deal. Always keep in mind that all government-related announcements are made on the official websites of ministries and departments. No announcement is made by the government through messages. Job related announcements are made through the official website of the respective organization or through the verified social media accounts of the organisations.

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