India’s Youngest Billionaire Paytm CEO Vijay Donates Rs 10,000 To Kerala Funds, People Not Happy

Kerala which is known for its scenic and beautiful nature is now in its worst condition for now as the heavy rains gave a tough time to many and people from all over the world are supporting and also asking to help Kerala and donate some amount of money to the CM relief fund which can be used for the people who are suffering from the natural disaster.

From a normal person to big celebrities, businessmen, and politicians, everyone is donating. People are helping as much as they can and also the donating method gets easier with the online payments and that is also a reason of many people donating some amount of money. People are spreading this movement of donating for Kerala on social media to get the help.

You can donate to CM relief fund, Paytm or to the Khalsa Aid Organization who send their volunteers to Kochi for serving them with food and basic amenities.

Recently, the CEO of the Paytm Vijay Shekhar posted a picture on Twitter which shows his donation of Rs. 10000 to Kerala floods. Here's what he tweeted:

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The picture has been deleted now but it has been going around on the social media as netizens are not happy for such showing off such a small amount from India's youngest billionaire.

Twitteratis are angry over this act of Vijay and have been tweeting for the same. Let's take a look at what people are saying:

Before you also started criticizing him, take a look at the other side also where Twitter users took Paytm's CEO side and tweeted:

Previously, Vijay was criticized for donating Rs. 501 on Armed Forced Flag Day in 2017. Well, what's your thought on the same?

by Soniya Kaur | Tue, Aug 21 - 03:42 PM

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