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TVS extended support to fight Corona tragedy, spent 30 crores
TVS extended support to fight Corona tragedy, spent 30 crores

Many organizations are coming out to fight the pandemic spreading in the world, and according to themselves, helping to fight this tragedy, the auto companies have also come up to fight the corona epidemic in the country, now TVS in this list. The Motor Company and Sundaram Clayton have also joined this list. Recently TVS Motor Company and Sundaram Clayton have announced that Corona is going to spend Rs 30 crore in the country to stop the epidemic, this money will be spent through a trust of the social arm of TVs.

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The company is providing the necessary things to the common people. The company is going to use this subsidy to make and supply 10 lakh masks, from the health sector to police to feed all the people. The company has also started this and till now the company has started 10 trucks of disinfectant spray fit in Hosur and Mysuru, Tamil Nadu. Along with this, the Trust is also going to distribute 10 lakh masks to the surrounding areas. TVS is providing food to police, health workers and others working in both these places. Food is being given in any village where there is a need to eat.

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Along with this, the company is working on a plan to manufacture ventilators in collaboration with 3D printing companies, currently, all of these things are needed most in the country's hospitals. Recently, Bajaj Group announced assistance of Rs 100 crore, the company is going to help the hospitals and people of Pune and surrounding areas.

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