For this, first go to pmindia.gov.in website. Many types of payment methods are being accepted here. It also has credit card, debit card, UPI payment including NEFT and RTGS. Donations made to the fund through any platform or payment method will be exempted from income tax under Section 80 (G).
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State Bank of India account number, IFSC code and SWIFT code details are given on the website on the website. Its UPI ID is pmcare @ sbi. Apart from this, you can donate directly to PM CARES fund through Amazon Pay, PhonePe, Paytm, Google Pay, Mobikwik and BHIM app.
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Paytm stated its goal to contribute
Digital payment company Paytm has said its contribution in fighting the battle of coronavirus. The company said on Saturday that it aims to contribute Rs 500 crore to the ‘Prime Minister’s Civil Assistance and Emergency Situation Relief Fund’ (PM-CARES Fund).
Paytm said in a statement that the company will contribute an additional Rs 10 for every contribution or any other payment made through Paytm using Paytm’s wallet, UPI and Paytm bank debit cards.
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PhonePe will contribute 100 crores
Apart from Paytm, the digital payment app (Phonepe) PhonePe has also extended its hand in the fight against Coronavirus. Flipkart’s payment company PhonePe has started a campaign to raise Rs 100 crore for the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund in an ongoing campaign against the corona virus.
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The company said in a statement that using UPI, the number of consumers who donate from their app to PM-CARES Fund by 30 April 2020, they will contribute 10-10 rupees on behalf of every consumer.