To support the Prime Minister in the war against the Coronavirus, there is a competition to donate to the PM Cares Fund in the country. Everyone from the stars to the common man is giving in it. But many fake websites are also running in its name, which the government has warned to avoid.
PM Cares Fund
To fight with Coronavirus, the Prime Minister on Saturday called on the people of the country to donate. For this, the PM Citizen Assistant and Relief in Emergency Situation (PM Care Fund) fund has created. Film actor Akshay Kumar has donated 25 crores to this fund. After this, there is a competition to donate to this fund, and everyone is giving from the business to the film industry and from the stars to the common man.
But the Government of India’s letter information office has warned that donations sought from several fake UPI IDs in the name of PM Cares Fund.
These Are Only Real Id
The PIB’s Fact Check team has tweeted, “Beware of fake UPI IDs circulated in the name of PM Cares Fund.” The PIB Fact Check team has tweeted that it is the real UPI ID to be donated to PM Care Fund – [email protected] Apart from this, if you have a link or message, which does not have this ID, do not donate at all. It may be an attempt to cheat you in the name of the PM Fund.
How Can I Donate To PM Cares Fund
In PM Care Fund, a debit card, credit card, internet banking, UPI, RTGS or NEFT can donate. And donations made in it are tax-free under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act.
These Celebrities Also Donated
In this fund, President Ramnath Kovind, Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, Union Ministers Rajnath Singh, Nitin Gadkari. Piyush Goyal, Dharmendra Pradhan, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Prakash Javadekar, Kiran Rijiju, Santosh Gangwar, etc. Have decided to donate in PM Cares Fund.
Business Also Ahead
Talking about the business world, many companies, including Adani, Reliance Group, Tata, have decided to donate to this fund. The government has decided to include donations made under this fund under CSR.