It will be used to improve infrastructure in some of the most affected states like Maharashtra, Delhi, Haryana, Telangana and Tamil Nadu.
At a time when India is grappling with the supply of oxygen amid rising cases of COVID-19, the Indian auto industry has stepped up to provide aid and relief packages in an effort to ease the crisis. Hyundai Motor has announced that it is supporting a 20 crore relief package through its philanthropic arm Hyundai Motor India Foundation (HMIF).
It will be used to improve infrastructure in some of the most affected states like Maharashtra, Delhi, Haryana, Telangana and Tamil Nadu. Earlier, Maruti Suzuki also announced that it would close its plants in Haryana to help increase oxygen production in this time of crisis.
Hyundai has also said that it will help in setting up oxygen generating plants in hospitals by deploying its resources. Its purpose is to help serious patients and hospitals become self-sufficient in oxygen. In addition, the Foundation will also assist in the establishment of Medicare facilities and provide support staff at various hospitals and meet their operating costs for the next three months and escalate when needed.
Hyundai Motor India Foundation Managing Director and CEO SS Kim said, “The second wave of this COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented crisis for the nation. In such a situation, we are fully ready to give meaningful assistance to the most affected cities and states. He added that, in times of despair, we often lose hope amidst the chaos, but there are also many times that bring out the best of humanity within all of us.
The company said that relief measures have been developed specifically with a focus on addressing the needs emerging from the current crisis and aimed at helping people and infrastructure cope with the second wave of COVID-19 epidemic in India. .
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