Who is the businessman who donates crores of rupees to Corona? What’s the dispute?

Who is the businessman who donates crores of rupees to Corona? What's the dispute?

New Delhi: The central government is unable to cut the cost of corona virus in the recession, so the rich have donated crores of rupees to the Prime Minister’s Private Trust PM-Care Fund. There are many temples running on donations and donations to the government.
10 people who have donated to Narendra Modi’s private trust. Of which the government will provide them with income tax relief and they will be deducted from the income tax by counting 2% of the company’s donation. So most of the donations will be returned by the government.
Tata Group
Ratan Tata, Tata group has contributed Rs 500 crore. Will provide Rs.1,500 crore.
Mukesh Ambani
Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani has announced a contribution of Rs 500 crore to the PM-Care Fund. It has announced Rs.5-5 crore in CM Relief Fund in Maharashtra and Gujarat.
Aditya Birla Group
Aditya Birla Group will get Rs. Under the commitment of contributing Rs 500 crore, Rs 400 crore has been given.
Gentleman Jindal
JSW Group Chairman Sajjan Jindal will pay Rs. 100 crores.
Radhakrishna Damani
Avenue Supermarket promoter and Radhakrishna Damani of Bright Star Investments received Rs. 100 crores. Damani has also promised to give Rs.55 to the state governments.
Gautam Adani
Adani Foundation receives Rs. 100 crore has been announced. Will provide Rs.5 crore in CM-Relief Fund of Gujarat and Rs.1 crore in CM-Relief Fund of Maharashtra.
Rise Kotak
Uday Kotke MD, Kotak Mahindra Bank 25 crore has been announced.
Akshay Kumar
Modi’s friend Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar has contributed Rs 25 crore. It
The Indian Cricket Control Board has contributed Rs 1 crore. The sons of Amit Shah and Parimal Nathwani.
The Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) has provided Rs 105 crore.
India’s largest crop protection insurance company UPL Ltd. Jay Shroff, CEO of the company, has contributed Rs 75 crore. UPL Limited said,
Bhushan Kumar, owner of the T-Series, will pay Rs. 11 crore.
An amount of Rs 8 crore has been contributed under the government’s Daydal Port Trust CSR scheme.
Tennis star Sania Mirza has collected Rs 1.25 crore
Karthik Arya has given Rs 1 crore in the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund.
Maruti Courier Services Pvt. 1 crore
The Income Tax Department has made an important announcement in which the lender will be exempted from 100 per cent of the income. That means donating on the one hand and taking the same amount from the government on the other.
Generally, a donation to a trust is deducted at the limit of 10% of gross income. But donations made to Narendra Modi’s trust have no limits.
If a taxpayer is responsible for paying tax in slabs of 30%, he will donate Rs.10,000 and save up to Rs.
If the Prime Minister already has Rs 3800 crore in National Relief Fund, what was the need to create a separate trust? The lack of transparency is being blamed on the rules and costs of the trust.