Chennai floods: Hyundai India contributes Rs 2 crore towards CM Public Relief Fund

Hyundai India, that has its production facility in Chennai, is the only carmaker that has contributed to the fund

By: | Updated: March 20, 2016 8:51 PM

Hyundai India officials handed over a cheque of Rs 2 crore to Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund (CMPRF)

Hyundai India officials handed over a cheque of Rs 2 crore to Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund (CMPRF)

Hyundai Motor India Limited that recently distributed a total of 11,000 food packets to needy in the flooded areas, today handed over a cheque of Rs 2 crore to Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund (CMPRF).

YK Koo, Managing Director, HMIL, met Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Selvi. J Jayalalithaa at the secretariat in Chennai today, to hand over the cheque. Hyundai, that has its production facility in Chennai, is the only carmaker that has contributed to the fund.

"The state has been home to HMIL since 1996 and this contribution is their way of expressing solidarity with the people of Tamil Nadu, as they rebuild their lives in the aftermath of the recent devastating floods, which the state witnessed after a century," said the company in a statement.

"Food packets, home essentials and clothing are being distributed in these areas. Sanitation and health camps are also on the anvil.", added the company.

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