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Hyundai India donates Rs 2 crore for Chennai floods relief

Hyundai India donates Rs 2 crore for Chennai floods relief
Ninad Ambre Ninad Ambre Thursday 10 December 2015, 16:40 PM

Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) has donated Rs 2 crore to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMPRF). Selvi. J Jayalalithaa, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu was handed over the cheque by YK Koo, Managing Director, HMIL at the secretariat in Chennai recently.

HMIL is the first car company to voluntarily come forward and offer help by contributing to this fund. The company has been conducting different relief activities in the region under the authority of Hyundai Motor India Foundation, the CSR arm of HMIL. The manufacturer has already distributed food packets, home essentials and clothing to the people in need. They also plan to come up with sanitation and health camps in the affected areas.

HMIL has manufacturing facilities in Chennai since 1996 and their plants have recently stopped production due to the heavy rains resulting in floods. Despite incurring huge losses, the company has come up with this outreach program to assist local communities in times of crisis. It is indeed a kind deed of lending support to these people in collaboration with the government. Let's hope all of this help provided on a war-footing assists in the rebuilding lives of the affected people in these flood regions.

 

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