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Allocation of Rs 3100 crore from PM fund for the fight against Corona: PMO

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Allocation of Rs 3100 crore from PM fund for the fight against Corona: PMO


 The Opposition was constantly attacking the Modi government over the PM Care Fund, which was set up to fight the Korona virus.  Congress also demanded an audit of the PM's fund.  Following the announcement of a Rs 20 lakh crore relief package by the central government today, the Prime Minister's Office has now announced the distribution of money deposited in the PM Care Fund.  Rs 3,100 crore will be allocated from the PM Care Fund for the fight against Corona.


 50,000 ventilators will be purchased out of Rs. 2000 crore
  Out of Rs 3,100 crore, Rs 2,000 crore will be used to buy ventilators. Rs 50,000 crore will be used to buy India's Rs 2,000 crore Made in India ventilator to fight the Corona war.

 These ventilators will be sent to government hospitals in all the states.

 1000 crore behind migrant laborers.  Will be used
  When it comes to relief for migrant laborers, a total of Rs 1,000 crore will be allocated to the states and union territories for the welfare of the poor and migrant laborers.  This amount will be handed over to the District Collectors of the States and Union Territories.  With the help of which the poor and laborers will be provided with accommodation, medical and relocation arrangements.  The funds will be distributed according to the number of Corona patients and the amount allocated to each state.


 100 crore for corona vaccine development works.  Will be used
  No vaccine has yet been developed to control the corona virus.  But countries all over the world are pushing their own AD-peak behind making its vaccine.  Rs 100 crore from the PM Care Fund will be used for development work on corona vaccine.

 Notably, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the PM Care Fund in view of the crisis posed by the Corona virus epidemic and appealed to the people to donate to it.  The trust was set up on March 27, 2020 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.  The defense minister, home minister and finance minister are members of the trust.  While announcing the fund, Prime Minister Modi thanked all the people who donated to the fund.


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