Aditya Birla Group contributes Rs 500 cr towards relief measures

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Aditya Birla Group contributes Rs 500 cr towards relief measures
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Whereas Rs 400 crore was contributed to the PM CARES Fund, Rs 50 crore grant was made to FICCI-Aditya Birla CSR Centre for Excellence for aid measures

Aditya Birla Group on Friday mentioned it had contributed Rs 500 crore in the direction of COVID-19 aid measures. Whereas Rs 400 crore was contributed to the PM CARES Fund, Rs 50 crore grant was made to FICCI-Aditya Birla CSR Centre for Excellence for aid measures.

Allocation of Rs 50 crore was performed in the direction of the availability of 1 million N95 masks, 2,80,000 private protecting tools (PPE), in addition to ventilators, Aditya Birla Group mentioned in a press release.

“Given the severity of the disruption, there’s a compelling want for a multi-pronged response that features monetary and materials help, healthcare help and group duty” says Rajashree Birla, Chairperson, Aditya Birla Centre for Group Initiatives and Rural Improvement, mentioned.

Earlier immediately, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman donated Rs 1 lakh to PM CARES Fund. Nirmala Sitharaman contributed the fund from her wage to assist the nation combat COVID-19 pandemic. Nirmala Sitharaman had earlier dedicated Rs 1 crore from her MPLADS fund as properly.

In the meantime, India is at present beneath a 21-day lockdown to combat in opposition to the unfold of coronavirus pandemic. The quickly spreading coronavirus outbreak has contaminated greater than 2,000 individuals thus far. PM Modi on Thursday requested chief ministers on Thursday to formulate a staggered plan. Earlier immediately, PM Modi urged the residents of the nation to maintain their spirits excessive amid the lockdown owing to COVID-19. He additionally requested the individuals to mild candles on the doorsteps of their houses on Sunday to “unfold mild in these darkish instances”.

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