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Industrialists continue to contribute to CM Relief Fund
Industrialists continue to contribute to CM Relief Fund

Industrialists continue to contribute to CM Relief Fund

Hyderabad: Representatives of various industries have come forward to donate to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMRF) as their contribution to the government’s efforts in combating Coronavirus.

CM Relief Fund cheques were handed over to Minister KTR at Pragathi Bhavan today. Minister appreciated all the companies and representatives for supporting the state government in combating the virus.

Yashoda Healthcare Services Pvt Ltd donated Rs 1.50 Crore and AMR India Limited for donating Rs. One Crore to CM Relief Fund.

Vanitha Datla, Vice-Chairperson, and MD, Elico contributed two of its IoT cloud-based fully automated water quality analyzer ‘AQUASENSE’ worth Rs 50 Lakh to the Government of Telangana. Elico has committed to install these two analyzers at Gandhi and Osmania Hospitals in Hyderabad.

The instrument is developed indigenously with patented technology and helps in monitoring the quality of water as per WHO guidelines to be used in hospitals and healthcare institutions.

Joginpally B R Educational Society & JB Educational Society donated Rs 30 Lakh to the CM Relief Fund.

Lokesh Machines Ltd, GM Public Fund Ordinance Factory contributed Rs 25 Lakh to CM Relief Fund. JSR Group Suncity donated Rs 20 Lakh to CM Relief Fund.

Sri Nagarjuna Parboiled Modern Rice Mill and PACS (Total 31 Cheques) through Bollam Mallaiah Yadav, MLA donated Rs 19,71,000/-.

The Federation of Telangana Timber Merchants, Saw & Millers & Allied Industries and Srikar Biotech Pvt Ltd donated Rs 10 Lakh each and Victor Bio Genetics Pvt Ltd donated Rs 5 Lakh to CM Relief Fund.

CII YI Hyderabad chapter donated 400 PPEs and 100 N95 masks which will be used for frontline workers at various government hospitals.

Hyderabad based company Sagar Asia Group donated seven COVID Rapid testing chambers to the Govt of Telangana.

Interestingly, two siblings – one studying 7th class and another 2nd class donated their kiddy bank amount to CM Relief Fund. Kodad Municipal Chairman Vanaparthy Shireesha Lakshminarayana handed over the amount to Minister KTR at Pragathi Bhavan.

Minister KTR appreciated class seven student Tipirisetty Thanmai Srivastava and class two student Advi Suresh for their thoughtful contribution. (INN)

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