Orissa Mining Corporation donates Rs 5 Crore to CMRF

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BHUBNESWAR: As part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) on 15 September A Government of Orissa Undertaking headquartered in Bhubneswar Orissa Mining Corporation (OCM) has donated Rs 5 crore to Chief Minister’s Relief Fund, Orissa to help flood victims in the state.

Mining Minister Raghunath Mohatny handed over a cheque of Rs 5 Crore to state chief minister Naveen Pattnaik in Bhubaneswar while accepting the fund chief Minster appreciated OMC’s endeavor and wished OMC authority for their humanitarian assistance.

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