The Mahatma Gandhi Nationwide Rural Employment Assure (MGNREGA) job scheme is once more being targetted by fraudsters. The photographs of Bollywood actors Deepika Padukone, Jacqueline Fernandez and Dia Mirza have reportedly been used on ‘faux’ on-line job playing cards to assert advantages of the federal government scheme in Khargone district of Madhya Pradesh.
Round 11 folks from the distant Peeparkheda Naka village in Jhirnia panchayat, are mentioned to have been utilizing pictures of Bollywood actresses on their job playing cards. Lots of the playing cards have names of male beneficiaries. Native residents have alleged that the panchayat secretary and employment assistant are concerned within the matter, counsel a number of information stories. The authorities are trying into it.
“I’ve obtained complaints concerning using Bollywood actors’ pictures on job playing cards. I’ve instituted an inquiry to see if these playing cards are actual and in what circumstances the images had been used on the playing cards. Motion shall be taken in opposition to the responsible if the inquiry committee stories irregularities,” Hindustan Times quoted Chief government officer (CEO), zila panchayat, Khargone Gaurav Benal as saying.
A number of beneficiaries had been shocked to be taught that wages had been withdrawn in opposition to these playing cards. Monu Shivshankar advised the publication that he didn’t go for any work beneath MGNREGA and was stunned to see Deepika Padukone’s picture on his job card.
Echoing comparable sentiments, Padam Rupsingh, whose job card carries the picture of Dia Mirza mentioned he was not supplied with any job by the village sarpanch or others. Likewise, Sonu Shantilal had the image of Jacqueline Fernandez on the job card in his identify.
ZoomTV Entertainment stories that the beneficiaries who gave their statements on Friday have obtained their wages.
The mandate of Mahatma Gandhi Nationwide Rural Employment Assure Act is to offer not less than 100 days of assured wage employment in a monetary yr to each rural family, whose grownup members volunteer to do unskilled handbook work.