What are the rules for accessing social security details from new social media platforms?

A new type of social media platform called ‘Social Security’ is being introduced in India, which promises to ease the hassle of accessing social welfare benefits from the old social media sites.

Social Security will be able to give beneficiaries a digital ID that they can access through a simple and simple procedure.

Social Security is also going to offer a digital identity card, a mobile number, a physical address, a social security number, and a personalised ID number, in a simple form.

Social security will be a free service, and will be available to people in every household.

The platform will provide a number of features, including access to information about beneficiaries and their family members, and access to social security numbers for beneficiaries, their spouses, children, and their guardians.

The first beneficiary to receive an identity card is automatically enrolled in the scheme, and the beneficiary can then apply for benefits through a single click.

In some states, the beneficiary is entitled to be able access their identity through a mobile phone number.

The number can be any mobile number registered with the state or central government, and can be verified with the Aadhaar number.

Social security cards will also be issued for eligible beneficiaries to use on other sites, including Facebook, LinkedIn, WhatsApp, and other social media.

Social welfare benefits for beneficiaries will be accessed via a mobile mobile phone and the card can be used for up to one year.

Social Welfare Services Minister Ramnath Goenka, who is in charge of the project, said that the benefits are being provided at no cost to the beneficiary.

Goenke is also looking into how the benefits can be accessed through social media, to improve the process.

The Minister has announced that the scheme will cover all households in India.