GAIL employees contribute one day salary for relief work in Kerala
Published by Lydia Woellwarth,
The employees of GAIL (India) Limited have voluntarily contributed one day’s salary for relief and rehabilitation work in disaster-hit Kerala. The contribution in the form of demand draft of Rs. 1.54 crores to the Chief Minister Distress Relief Fund was handed over to Shri Pinarayi Vijayan, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Kerala by Shri P Murugesan, Executive Director, GAIL (India) Limited this week. This is in addition to the Rs.25 crores contribution made by all Oil PSUs including GAIL.
During the past few days, heavy rainfall and floods in the State of Kerala have caused a huge loss of human lives, property and civic amenities. Thousands of people in Kerala have been adversely affected as a result of this fury of flood and the havoc of continuous rain that has inundated huge area of the state. GAIL (India) Limited as an organisation has always been very sensitive to these calamities and relief requirement during such devastation.
The concern on this natural calamity is shared by all the employees of GAIL (India) Limited across the Company and they have voluntarily come forward to contribute their one day’s salary to the Chief Minister Distress Relief Fund.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/23082018/gail-employees-contribute-one-day-salary-for-relief-work-in-kerala/
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