The Prime Minister’s Civil Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund (PM-CARES Fund) was established on 28 March to raise funds to deal with the coronovirus outbreak and provide relief to the affected.
- Last Updated: April 2, 2020, 1:30 PM IST
Mumbai: HDFC Group’s financial services group said on Thursday that it has paid Rs 150 crore to the PM-Care Fund to support the government for relief and rehabilitation measures towards the Kovid-19 epidemic.
“They are precarious and trying again and again for all of us. The HDFC Group’s support for the PM Care Fund is to commend the exemplary efforts of the central and state governments, armed and paramilitary forces, local police, health professionals and sanitation organizations.” Deepak Parek, chairman of HDFC Ltd, said in a statement, working day and night to fight the epidemic.
Relief in the Prime Minister’s Civil Assistance and Emergency Situation Fund (PM-CARE Fund) was established on 28 March to deal with the outbreak of coronovirus and to raise funds to provide relief to the affected.