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Home Ministry extends validity of FCRA registered NGOs till June 30

Registration under the FCRA is must for any NGO to receive funds from abroad

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In a notification, the home ministry said the decision has been taken in public interest

The Union on Thursday extended till June 30 the validity of all registered whose licences are going to expire at the end of this month and those whose applications are pending for approval.

In a notification, the said the decision has been taken in public interest.

According to the home ministry, the validity of the registration certificates of such entities whose validity was extended till March 31 and whose renewal application is pending will stand extended till June 30 or till the date of disposal of renewal application, whichever is earlier.

The validity of those entities whose five years validity period is expiring during April 1 to June 30 and which have applied or apply for renewal before expiry of 5 years validity period will stand extended up to June 30 or till the date of disposal of renewal application, whichever is earlier, it said.

The advised all registered associations to take note that in case of refusal of the application for renewal of certificate of registration, the validity of the certificate shall be deemed to have expired on the date of refusal of the application of renewal and the association shall not be eligible either to receive foreign contribution or utilise foreign contribution received.

The government has cancelled FCRA registration of nearly 1,900 for violating various provisions of law in the last five years. There were 22,762 FCRA-registered organisations till December-end 2021.

Officials said the FCRA licence of 18,778 organisations expired between September 29, 2020 and December 31, 2021. Of them, as many as 12,989 organisations have applied for the renewal of the FCRA licence between September 30, 2020 and December 31, 2021.

Since 5,789 organisations did not apply for the renewal of the FCRA license last month, they deemed to have ceased to be FCRA registered organisations, an official said.

Registration under the FCRA is must for any NGO to receive funds from abroad.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)


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First Published: Thu, March 24 2022. 22:11 IST

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