Lockdown was resorted to avoid spread of coronavirus in the country and today most people are doing work from home. Due to the closure of schools and colleges, online classes are being given to children so that there is is no loss of education of children and all this has been possible only due to technology. Technology has kept each other connected even in these troubled times. But there are many people who are duping people in the name of online classes.

Recently, a message was becoming quite viral on the instant messaging app WhatsApp, in which it was claimed that the government is giving 3 months recharge absolutely free for online classes. But now the whole truth of this message has come to the fore. It has been claimed in this message that the government is providing free internet service to 100 million users for 3 months for online classes. 

Along with this, a link has also been given in the message and it is written that by clicking on this link you can also get free internet service. On clicking on the link given in the message, a fake website opens in which the photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been given and it has also been claimed that users can choose their telecom operator and get free internet service for three months.

This message is completely fake, this message going viral on WhatsApp in the name of online class is completely fake . At the same time, the Press Information Bureau (PIB) has also shared a post regarding this message on the official Twitter account. In which, while warning the telecom users, it has been said that this message of free recharge for three months on WhatsApp is completely fake and do not click on the link given in it. No such announcement has been made by the Government of India. Beware of such fake website.


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