Recent Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi had contributed Rs 2.25 lakh against the initial corpus of PM CARES Fund when it used to be repute up on March 27 following the Covid-19 outbreak, acknowledged senior officials. ET had reported on Wednesday that the annual audited observation of the PM CARES for 2019-20 talked about an initial corpus of Rs 2.25 lakh and voluntary contributions of Rs 3,076 crore internal five days of it being repute up. “PM Modi has a prolonged legacy of contributing to public causes. The initial corpus of Rs 2.25 lakh for PM CARES used to be donated by PM,” a senior respectable knowledgeable ET.
Modi had earlier donated Rs 21 lakh from his deepest savings to the corpus of the fund for the welfare of sanitation workers of Kumbh Mela in 2019. He had additionally donated your whole Rs 1.3 crore he obtained with the Seoul Peace Prize in South Korea for the Namami Gange mission. He then wrote to the finance minister announcing the tax exemption given for this prize money should be withdrawn.
Officers acknowledged the total money that has been raised from public sale of provides and mementoes obtained by Modi as PM additionally went to the Namami Gange Mission. This incorporated Rs 3.4 crore aloof from a up-to-the-minute public sale and Rs 8.35 crore in an public sale held at Surat of provides obtained by the PM except 2015. While demitting place of work in 2014 as Gujarat CM, Modi had donated Rs 21 lakh from deepest savings for educating daughters of deliver executive workers.
Modi had raised Rs 89.96 crore by auctioning all provides he obtained as Gujarat CM and he donated this to the Kanya Kelavani Fund, which spent the money on the education of women, acknowledged officials. As per the resources declaration by Modi closing twelve months, he had total resources payment Rs 2.49 crore, in conjunction with Rs 1.27 crore in a mounted deposit with a SBI department in Gandhinagar and a home in Gandhinagar payment Rs 1.10 crore.