The Delhi government had disbursed the same relief amount to 2,16,602 construction workers in April this year.
Under PMGKAY-III (May-June 2021), FCI supplied 78.26 lakh tonnes of free food grains to all 36 States/ UTs.
Having raised over Rs 1 crore since March 2020, the trust is active in connecting the verified NGOs to individuals who wish to contribute to relief work with no hidden charges whatsoever.
Yet another is the one-time password (OTP) feature.
The finance minister provided Rs 23,220 crore of additional funding to set up children and paediatric care at hospitals to prepare healthcare infrastructure to deal with any emergency arising.
Even micro, small and medium businesses, which bore the brunt of the pandemic on their cash flows saw gross NPAs increase by only less than 100 basis points, it noted.
It can be noted that after responding with deep rate cuts initially, the RBI has limited itself to using non-conventional tools to help the growth process in the economy.
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The government will also provide Rs 23,220 crore of additional funding for setting up children and paediatric care/beds at hospitals.
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The fiscal impact of latest announcements and earlier is not linear as a substantial portion of the package is contingent liabilities.
The government cannot deny that Covid-19 is a disaster. Yet, it has refused to apply the 2015 norms under the NDRF to our frontline soldiers who lost their lives in the pandemic
Royal Enfield has also made a contribution of Rs 2 crore to the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund.
The company has worked with more than ten states since April 2020, to provide critical COVID aid in the form of ICU ventilators, oxygen concentrators and PPE kits, Herbalife Nutrition said in a statem
It can be noted that since the beginning of the pandemic, a slew of corporates have donated money for COVID relief and the commitments went up with the start of the ravaging second wave in April.
EIMPA while sending a letter to the CM also sought an audience with her to apprise of the situation faced by the exhibitors.
The chief minister also alleged that the Centre did not announce any measures to help women who lost their husbands to COVID-19.