Coal India Contributed Rs 25 crore for Uttarakhand Relief work


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KOLKATA: Coal India (CIL), has contributed Rs 25 crore to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund for the flood victims, a spokesperson of the company said. Similarly, State Bank of India (Rs 2 crore) and Bank of India (Rs 1.5 crore) will contribute to help rescue and reconstruction activity.

NTPC and Jaypee have also pressed their helicopters into service for the government’s relief and rescue efforts. India Inc is slowly chipping in with funds and assistance for relief operations in flood-hit Uttarakhand. From donating money to sending teams for ground-level relief work, companies are reaching out to help people affected by the disaster that has claimed thousands of lives.

Jaypee Group and Jindal Steel & Power on Monday said they had contributed of Rs 5 crore each to Chief Minister’s Relief Fund, while Mahindra Group chairman Anand Mahindra announced a donation of Rs 1 crore.

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