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Particular Assistant to the Prime Minister on Social Security and Poverty Alleviation Dr Sania Nishtar on Sunday warned individuals to not fall for faux messages inviting them to name a sure quantity to avail a grant beneath the federal government’s social safety initiative, Ehsaas.

Underneath the Ehsaas umbrella, the Ehsaas Emergency Money Programme was launched in April 2020 to assist susceptible households dealing with monetary hardships because of the ongoing coronavirus disaster.

Dr Nishtar is a key determine for the Rs203bn programme, main its implementation throughout the nation, which features a stipend of Rs12,000, that has been distributed to thousands and thousands of households.

She has warned that any messages despatched by Ehsaas come solely from the quantity 8171.

“This message you have received is absolutely fake,” she informed the recipient of a textual content saying {that a} grant of Rs33,500 has been authorised and that the given mobile phone quantity ought to be reached to say it.

Dr Nishtar mentioned that anybody receiving such messages ought to complain by way of SMS on 03351058050 and 03351058051.

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