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The PM CARES Fund does not come under Government of India and the amount collected by it does not go to the said Fund of India, centre informed Delhi High Court
An affidavit filed by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), Under Secretary who is discharging his functions in the PM Cares Trust said the trust functions with transparency and its funds are kept account of by an auditor a chartered accountant drawn from the panel and prepared by Auditor General of India.
In return to a petition seeking to declare the PM CARES Fund a ‘State’ a petition was filed under the Constitution to make it transparent in its functioning. Chief Justice D. N. Patel and Justice Amit Bansal have fixed the date of September 27 for further hearing.
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“The audited report is put on the official website of the fund with details to ensure transparency received by the trust,” says the affidavit by Pradeep Kumar Srivastava, Under Secretary PMO India.
Central Public Information Officer (CPIO), PMO, refuse to provide documents sought on the ground that PM Cares Fund is not a public authority under the RTI Act.
General Tushar Mehta, representative of PMO, opposed the petition, stating that PMO care fund is not a Indian Government Fund and thus these RTI can not be entertained.
According to the official website, during 2019-20, an amount of Rs. 3076.62 Crore was found under PM CARES Fund.
Finally, the GOI accepted that #pmcares fund is not govt fund. Hence, it is under NO obligation to use it for the welfare of 'People of India'. But for donation, GOI used govt machineries & institutions to advertise PM CARES in #India & abroad. https://t.co/2oeXwvvRCq— Poonam Agarwal (@poonamjourno) September 23, 2021
Govt is absolutely right in telling the Delhi High Court that PM CARES is not a Govt of India fund and doesn't come under RTI as a public authority.— Srivatsa (@srivatsayb) September 23, 2021
PM CARES is Modi's Private Fixed Deposit (FD)
It's September 2021 and the #PMCares fund *still* has details of collections till March 31, 2020. The fund was launched on March 27th.— meghnad ???? (@Memeghnad) September 23, 2021
Just 4 days of information is available publicly as an audited statement. Payments amounting to Rs 2049.
Source: https://t.co/dXU4K0m7xQ pic.twitter.com/Ff6V2h0uqw
#PMCares not a government fund?— Anu Mittal (@anushakunmittal) September 23, 2021
How come they using GOI logo and GOI email ids?? pic.twitter.com/FJ2i8Db6tM
#Scam2020— chandrasekar (@chandru12309) September 23, 2021
I had told atleast 10 people not to contribute anything to PM CARES.
Those who contributed-- Swaaha????????
I remember even top actors frm different states contributing to PM CARES Nd then came Thalapathy.
His breakup of funds did not include PM CARES.
Nw it makes sense pic.twitter.com/FhWRYRbfle
#PMCARES Fund not a fund of Govt of India, govt tells Delhi HC.Y did the PM of India abuse his position to get donations for a Pvt fund? Y were govt employees & govt PSUs forced to contribute to it? What is being done with the money collected? Modi owes an explanation to Indians!— Dr. Shama Mohamed (@drshamamohd) September 23, 2021
The audited accounts of the PM CARES Fund are safely stored & accesible to everyone on the 5th floor of the Serena Hotel in Kabul.— Saket Gokhale (@SaketGokhale) September 21, 2021
Modi govt admits in the High court that #pmcares not a fund of govt of India .— AIUWC (@aiuwcindia) September 23, 2021
Then why PM's name and photo on it ?
Why were PSUs and Govt employees forced to contribute to it?
Dear people of India are you feeling cheated? pic.twitter.com/dXHtUcpGng
Why did Govt of India forcefully deduct the salary of every govt employee and why did deposit in PM Cares fund, if the fund is not a govt fund?— Bhavika Kapoor ✋ (@BhavikaKapoor5) September 23, 2021
What ghotala is this?
Can we ask this question? #pmcares
If PM CARES fund Not a fund of the Government of India & neither is a ‘public authority’ under the RTI Act.— Deepak Singh (@Deepak_Smg) September 23, 2021
Then how it was allowed to use the GOI Emblem, GOI Email id & PMO official address? pic.twitter.com/4a8HYZD7ss