The Prime Minister's National Relief Fund (PMNRF) was framed in the year 1948, through public contributions to aid displaced individuals from Pakistan, as directed by ex-Prime Minister Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. PMNRF is now mostly used to provide emergency relief to families of those who die in natural calamities like cyclones, floods, earthquakes, and other natural disasters, as well as significant accidents and riots. Prime Minister's Relief Fund (PMRF). PMNRF also provides financial assistance to help cover the costs of medical treatment such as heart surgery, kidney transplants, cancer therapy, and acid attack treatment, among other things. The fund is fully funded by public contributions and receives no further funding from the government. The PMNRF is based at the Prime Minister's Office, South Block, New Delhi-110011, and pays no license cost. For tax reasons, PMNRF is exempt under Sections 10 and 139 of the Income Tax Act of 1961. The PMNRF is chaired by the Prime Minister, who is aided on an honorary basis by officers and staff "The prime minister's national relief fund (PMNRF) was founded with public contributions in January 1948 in response to a plea by the then-prime minister, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, to aid Pakistani displaced persons. The PMNRF's resources are now mostly used to provide emergency assistance to the families of those murdered in natural disasters such as floods, cyclones, earthquakes, and other natural disasters, as well as victims of severe accidents and riots. PMNRF also provides financial assistance to help cover the costs of medical treatment such as heart surgery, kidney transplants, cancer therapy, and acid attack treatment, among other things. The fund is exclusively funded by public contributions and does not receive any funding from the government. The fund's assets are invested in a variety of ways with commercial banks and other institutions. Disbursements are made with the prime minister's permission. The parliament has not established the PMNRF. The fund is designated as a trust under the Income Tax Act, and it is managed for national purposes by the prime minister or several deputies.
RemarksRegularly gives coverage for procedures like heart surgery, kidney transplants, cancer therapy, and more. Amount: Each worthy case submitted for treatment in the appropriate Hospital/Institute may receive up to Rs. 1,00,000/- Rs. 30000/- Eligibility: The patient must be below the poverty line. Patients suffering from significant life-threatening diseases who live below the poverty line are eligible to receive medical care at any of the super specialized hospitals/institutes or healthcare Centres.