Home Minister Gaikhangam today said that there is no bogus beneficiary of the surrender scheme of the Ministry of Home Affairs. Replying to a supplementary question to MLA Samuel Risom during question hour today, Gaikhangam said that the UGs were screen by the security force at different level and there is no question of bogus beneficiary. Samuel Risom had asked the Home Minister, through the speaker of the house to give detail of the benefit and advantages of UG cadres under the Surrender Scheme of the Ministry of Home Affairs. Answering the question, the Home Minister said that under the Scheme for Surrender-cum-Rehabilitation of militants in the State of Manipur a surrendered UG gets an immediate grant of Rs. 2.50 lakh to be kept in a bank in the name of surrenderee as fixed deposit for a period of three years besides giving them a monthly stipend of Rs. 4000/- for a maximum period of 36 months. He also said that incentives were given for the weapon they surrendered and they were given vocational training besides others.