Popular cement brand Dalmia Cement on Friday donated Rs 50 lakhs to the Meghalaya Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMRF) to combat COVID-19.
Meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma thanked the company and said that it is encouraging to see corporate giants donating towards CMRF to help the state government in tackling the coronavirus pandemic.
“Thank you @MyDalmiaCement for your generous contribution of Rs. 50 Lakhs towards the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund. It is encouraging to see responsible corporate giants taking the initiative to support the Meghalaya Govt in its battle against the #COVID?19 pandemic,” he tweeted.
Thank you @MyDalmiaCement for your generous contribution of Rs. 50 Lakhs towards the Chief Minister's Relief Fund. It is encouraging to see responsible corporate giants taking the initiative to support the Meghalaya Govt in its battle against the #COVID?19 pandemic.
— Conrad Sangma (@SangmaConrad) April 10, 2020
Billionaire Mukesh Ambani, his wife Anita Ambani and Reliance Industries Limited had recently donated Rs 1 crore to the CMRF to support the government in its fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Limited which is a leading Indian cement major and a subsidiary of Dalmia Bharat Group has recently contributed Rs 2 crores to the Odisha Chief Minister’s Relief Fund to fight against COVID-19.
Dalmia Bharat Group had earlier committed Rs 25 crores to the PM-CARES Fund as part of its endeavour to assist the government’s massive efforts against the pandemic.
The group has already dedicated their schools, playgrounds, guest houses and technical centres across plants as facilities for tackling COVID- 19 cases