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No moving PM-Cares funds to NDRF: SC

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 18 August 2020
The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that money in the PM-CARES Fund, a public charitable fund created to fight the Covid-19 pandemic and national emergencies, could not be transferred to the statutory National Disaster Response Fund (NDRF) and chided the petitioner for making “wholly misconceived and incorrect” allegations that rules were tweaked to favour PMCF over NDRF.
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