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Rs 25 CRORE to PM CARES Fund

By STAFF REPORTER

GUWAHATI, April 3 - NRL has contributed a total of Rs 5 crore to the CM�s Relief Fund of Assam and the Assam Arogya Nidhi, distributing it equally between the two, to help the government tide over the emergency situation arising out of the spread of novel coronavirus in the State.

Earlier, on March 31, the company had contributed Rs 25 crore to PM CARES Fund to fight the COVID-19 crisis in the country, along with other oil and gas PSUs who had collectively contributed an amount of Rs 1,031 crore.

Ever since the news of the global spread of COVID-19 had broken out, NRL immediately put in place stringent measures to sanitise all its workplaces and enforced strict hand hygiene and social distancing norms among its employees and stakeholders.

The company is also playing its part in safeguarding the public against this hazard and has sanitised and decontaminated villages such as Telgaram and Kanaighat in the vicinity of the Refinery by spraying disinfectants through firetenders. Utilising the services of local tailors supported by its CSR, the company is now producing masks to be distributed among the frontline and health workers.

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Rs 25 CRORE to PM CARES Fund

GUWAHATI, April 3 - NRL has contributed a total of Rs 5 crore to the CM�s Relief Fund of Assam and the Assam Arogya Nidhi, distributing it equally between the two, to help the government tide over the emergency situation arising out of the spread of novel coronavirus in the State.

Earlier, on March 31, the company had contributed Rs 25 crore to PM CARES Fund to fight the COVID-19 crisis in the country, along with other oil and gas PSUs who had collectively contributed an amount of Rs 1,031 crore.

Ever since the news of the global spread of COVID-19 had broken out, NRL immediately put in place stringent measures to sanitise all its workplaces and enforced strict hand hygiene and social distancing norms among its employees and stakeholders.

The company is also playing its part in safeguarding the public against this hazard and has sanitised and decontaminated villages such as Telgaram and Kanaighat in the vicinity of the Refinery by spraying disinfectants through firetenders. Utilising the services of local tailors supported by its CSR, the company is now producing masks to be distributed among the frontline and health workers.