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Hyundai contributes Rs 2 crore to the PM Relief Fund

Snapshot: Hyundai Motor India, has contributed Rs 2 crore to the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund.

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Our country has gone through some times lately, after a recent array of natural calamities affected the states of J&K and Assam. But, kudos to our auto manufacturers, who have come forward to support the cause of Government in the rescue and relief operations of all these affected areas and people residing there. In a recent such activity, Hyundai Motor India, has contributed Rs 2 crore to the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund. 

Hyundai Motors is the country’s largest exporter and the second-largest car manufacturer, and they support the Government's efforts in rehabilitating the people affected by floods and other natural calamities in various states. The state of Jammu and Kashmir was severely affected by the catasthrope caused by the floods in mid-Spetember, while the floods in October, caused severe destruction in the northeast part of the country. 

"Hyundai Motor India applauds government’s efforts to restore normalcy in the regions and express solidarity with the people who have faced the forbidding situations. As a responsible corporate, we are extending full cooperation to the Indian Government in all measures for rescue, relief and rehabilitation to those who have suffered from these natural calamities”, said Mr. BS Seo, MD & CEO, Hyundai Motor India Ltd. 

Earlier to Hyundai, companies like Maruti and Isuzu have come forward to support the cause of the Government. 

You can read all about the Isuzu's efforts here!

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