NGOs will have to give details of social media accounts to govt

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NGOs in India will have to provide the Home Ministry with details of their social media accounts. The amendment to the Foreign Contribution Rules of 2011 states that the government will have to be told about the social media accounts being run by the NGOs. Further the government would expect the NGOs to give out the exact reason for why it is getting funds. Each and every penny and the nature of the spending will be accounted and made known to the government of India.

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Moreover if funds are brought in for tribal welfare, it would need to be specified and used only for that purpose, the new rules state. Make social media accounts known to government The new rules make it mandatory for the NGOs to specify the social media accounts that they run. If any of the NGOs have not made those details available to the government they…

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