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The CARES Act was either the greatest law ever, or the people who got screwed have no way to fund institutions saying it wasn't.

SBI commits Rs 11 crore to PM CARES Fund to boost COVID-19 vaccination drive

@TheOfficialSBI  donates ₹11 crore to 'PM-CARES' fund to support 2nd phase of Covid vaccination

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The PM CARES fund has been established as a public charitable trust but that does not exempt it from the purview of the RTI Act because if ‘ownership and control’ are with the government, that alone is sufficient for the fund to be a public authority.

The govt's response to an RTI says PM CARES fund is not a public authority as it is “not at all financed by the appropriate government and administered by private individuals as trustees”. The response is in violation of the law laid down in the NSE case.

Why there is no audit in PM-CARES Fund? : @DrRijuDutta_TMC , Member, TMC, tells Rahul Shivshankar on India Upfront. | #ModiCutMoneyAttack 

I have never said that they (BJP) are diverting funds for election. But why PM-CARES fund is not under audit? : Biswajit Deb, Spokesperson, TMC, tells Navika Kumar on @thenewshour . @Shehzad_Ind , Lawyer responds. | #TMCChandaJeeviJibe 

Even as Massachusetts pushes Congress for more federal stimulus funding, new state data show it has only spent about half of the $2.7 billion it received last year through the federal CARES Act's Coronavirus Relief Fund.

What will it take to bridge the digital divide for tribal lands? To start, the CARES Act created a $1 billion fund to help tribes build their own networks. But that only scratches the surface.

The report from LOFT suggests the $1.2 Billion spent in CARES relief funds had little to no documentation to justify the spending, didn't meet federal guidelines, missed opportunities to fund other critical programs.


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A reminder that Harvard, basically a hedge fund masquerading as a university with north of $40 BILLION in assets in their endowment, received $9 million under the "CARES Act" while small businesses are being told that funds to help them have run out.

Republicans urging more narrowly targeted COVID relief should remember $250 billion tax bonanza for hedge fund managers and real estate speculators they tucked into CARES Act. Targeted, indeed.

This is that time when all that matters is the lives of our people. And we need to do anything and everything it takes. I pledge to contribute Rs 25 crores from my savings to @narendramodi  ji’s PM-CARES Fund. Let’s save lives, Jaan hai toh jahaan hai. 🙏🏻

PM-CARES Fund Trust has decided to allocate funds for fight against COVID-19 by way of establishment of 500-bed COVID-19 Makeshift Hospitals at Patna & Muzaffarpur, Bihar by DRDO. This will go a long way in improving COVID care in Bihar.

It is my appeal to my fellow Indians, Kindly contribute to the PM-CARES Fund. This Fund will also cater to similar distressing situations, if they occur in the times ahead. This link has all important details about the fund.

The PM-CARES Fund accepts micro-donations too. It will strengthen disaster management capacities and encourage research on protecting citizens. Let us leave no stone unturned to make India healthier and more prosperous for our future generations.

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Anushka and I are pledging our support towards PM-CARES Fund & the Chief Minister's Relief Fund (Maharashtra). Our hearts are breaking looking at the suffering of so many & we hope our contribution, in some way, helps easing the pain of our fellow citizens #IndiaFightsCorona 

It’s time we all do our bit to help defeat #COVID19 . I’m pledging ₹52 lakh for the fight against #Corona  (₹31 lakh to the PM-CARES Fund & ₹21 lakh to the UP CM’s Disaster Relief Fund). Please do your bit too. Jai Hind#StayHomeIndia  @narendramodi  @PMOIndia  @myogiadityanath 

FIR filed against Sonia Gandhi for sharing false information on PM Cares fund; Congress fumes: via --Tadakka biter bit!! @eOrganiser 

I would like to thank Shri Pradeep and Shri Pankaj Rathod of the Cello Group for contributing Rs. 3.5 crore to the PM-CARES fund. Such support from the world of commerce and industry is extremely valuable. #IndiaFightsCorona