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Gautam Adani is a billionaire of Hero Motor Company announced a Rs 100 crore contribution by his group's philanthropy arm to the Prime Minister's Fund to fight coronavirus outbreak on Sunday 29 March 2000. The Gautam Shantilal Adani is an Indian billionaire who is the chairman and founder of the Adani Group, his carrying a multi-national company.
The Hero Group companies Adani Group (Hero Motor) companies contributing to this fund include Hero MotoCorp, Hero FinCorp, Hero Future Energies, Rockman Industries, and Hero Electronix. Most of the time he donated for the Social Work so much time, on Sunday he pledged to donate money to Prime Minister's Relief Fund for fighting against Coronavirus. As per the report of the Pandemic, both Hero Motor and AG Industries have contributed to this fund against Novel Coronavirus.
As India fights for the Novel Coronavirus, Hero Group has pledged to donate Rs 100 crore towards the Relief Fund. Out of Rs. 100 crore, Rs 50 crore will go into the PM-cares (Prime Minister) and Prime Minister announced for 21 days Lockdown to stop spreading of the Coronavirus, as it is spreading around the world rapidly. Most of the poor people are in a problem due to a lack of money and they have no kind of work to earn money. So they are starving but Some businessmen are helping them in this critical situation.
As India fights the Covid-19 WHO announced it as a pandemic, Hero Motor has pledged Rs 100 crore for the relief efforts. While half of the total sum exact Rs 50 crore, will go into the PM-Cares Fund, the remaining amount will be utilized for other relief measures, another businessman also contributing to this purpose.
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BML Munjal University, which is situated in Dharuhera (Haryana), also has pledged to donate its 2,000-bed hostel for use as an isolation and treatment ward for novel coronavirus. Hero Motor Future Energies is distributing hygiene kits and various types of food items across 150 villages around its project sites.
Hero MotoCorp pledged to distribute gloves, sanitizer masks, and 100 ventilators to hospitals and health departments to fight against Coronavirus. Hero MotoCorp manufacturer has also announced to donate almost 60 motorcycles to the health departments in the rural region in many states for being used as mobile ambulances after necessary modifications.