- Hyundai Motor India helped
- Help given to the Government of Tamil Nadu
- 5 crores given in Chief Minister Relief Fund
Vehicle maker Hyundai Motor India on Wednesday said that its CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) unit Tamil Nadu The government has given Rs 10 crore as COVID-19 relief assistance. This help is given in the form of cash and medical equipment. The company said that it has donated Rs 5 crore to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund under the Hyundai Cares 3.0 Kovid-19 Relief Initiative to strengthen the campaign against the second wave of the Kovid-19 pandemic.
The company also provided the state with high-flow oxygen machines, BIPAP machines, Oxygen concentrator And has given medical equipment worth five crore rupees including two oxygen plants.
The company said that oxygen plants would be set up in government hospitals in Tondiarpet and Tambaram. Hyundai Motor India Managing Director and CEO SS Kim said, “This contribution is our expression of standing in solidarity with the people of the state, which has been the home of Hyundai in India for the last two decades.”
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