PMO appoints independent auditor to audit PM Cares fund
PMO appoints independent auditor to audit PM Cares fund

New Delhi: Coronavirus has caught more than three lakh people in the country. The central and state governments are constantly trying to defeat the coronavirus. In the meantime, the dispute about the PM Cares Fund is only deepening. It has been decided to conduct an audit of PM Cares Fund.

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Facing controversies and court cases, the Modi government on Friday appointed an independent auditor to update the information of the PM Cares Fund. Two Prime Minister's Office (PMO) officials will operate the fund on honorary basis. Recently, RTI was filed in exchange for information about PM Cares Fund. RTI activists challenged the fund in the Bombay High Court as well as the Delhi High Court citing lack of transparency. However, these RTIs were not answered.

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However, now some of the questions in RTI applications have been answered on the website of PM Cares Fund. Accordingly, the fund was registered as a charitable trust on 27 March. Its main office is registered as PMO in South Block. Information regarding the PM Cares Fund was sought through RTI. However, the information was refused by the PMO. The information sought by CPIO under RTI was rejected saying that PM Cares Fund does not come under the purview of RTI.

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