Whether there is an occasion for celebration in the country or to get out of any odd situation, the industry of the country is always ahead. The industry of the country has given all possible help in fighting an epidemic like Corona.
The industry made a special appeal to the people
Indian industrialists on Sunday, on the occasion of the country’s 75th Independence Day, appealed to the people to work together to fulfill the dreams of nation builders. Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra, in a message posted on Twitter, said how COVID- The 19 pandemic has brought to the fore the need to work together as a team to achieve true freedom. He tweeted, “Freedom means we are ‘not dependent on anyone’, not dependent on anyone or anything.
The pandemic has taught us that true freedom comes from working together as a team for the upliftment of all. On our 75th Independence Day, we can also celebrate the day of dependence on each other.
Harsh Mariwala congratulated
Similarly, Harsh Mariwala, Chairman, Marico Limited, a daily-use goods maker, said in a tweet, “We have come a long way since independence and a long way to go. Let us always remember what the founders of our country dreamed for this country and continue to strive to fulfill it.
Kiran Mazumdar Shaw special appeal
Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, chairperson of Biocon Limited, also wished the countrymen on the country’s Independence Day through Twitter. He wrote, “Let me be among the first to celebrate 75 glorious years of Independence along with the proud citizens of our country – an incredible journey to an Incredible India.
Whether there is an occasion for celebration in the country or to get out of any odd situation, the industry of the country is always ahead. The industry of the country has given all possible help in fighting an epidemic like Corona. Whether it is Mukesh Ambani, the head of Reliance or Ratan Tata of Tata, everyone has made different efforts to end the corona epidemic in their own way.
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