OTOAI REQUESTS ALL MEMBERS TO DONATE

OTOAI REQUESTS ALL MEMBERS TO DONATE

Appeal to each and every member on behalf of the entire Executive Committee of OTOAI 

The Voice of Chandigarh | Travel Trade Reporter


As you all are aware, the COVID19  is effecting lakhs of families across the globe. India is also going through a time of unprecedented challenges of health, safety and suffering financial losses. The situation is worrying considering the extent of damage that is on the ground at present. 

Riaz Munshi President – OTOAI (Outbound Tour Operators Association of India)said It is important that in times like this we should show solidarity and come forward to help the ones in need. At OTOAI we have decided to help and support the Govt by contributing to the PM CARES fund in order to help fight the pandemic. 

Through this, I appeal to each and every member to do your own bit and support this cause with your invaluable contribution. Every single rupee at this stage is important and will be welcome. You could contribute your donation to the cause in the below manner: 
 
‘Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund’ (PM CARES Fund)’ for Covid-19. Prime Minister is the Chairman of this trust and its Members include Defence Minister, Home Minister and Finance Minister.

Citizens and organizations can go to the website pmindia.gov.in and donate to PM CARES Fund using the following details:

Name of the Account: PM CARES         Account Number : 2121PM20202  IFSC Code: SBIN0000691                                                                      SWIFT Code : SBININBB104                                                                        Name of Bank & Branch: State Bank of India, New Delhi Main Branch                                      
UPI ID: pmcares@sbi

Following modes of payments are available on the website pmindia.gov.in –
1.Debit Cards and Credit Cards
2.Internet Banking
3.UPI (BHIM, PhonePe, Amazon Pay, Google Pay, PayTM, Mobikwik, etc.)
4.RTGS/NEFT

Donations to this fund will be exempted from income tax under section 80(G).

Stay Safe…Stay Home…Stay Healthy

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