The employees of Yamaha India have decided to donate a day’s Salary to raise money to fight against Coronavirus. They together raised a total of Rs 61.5 Lakh, as informed the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer in a press release on Saturday.
As informed by Yamaha Motor India, Rs 25 Lakh will be donated to the Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund (Government of Tamil Nadu) and Chief Minister Distress Relief Fund (Government of Uttar Pradesh). Apart from that, Rs. 11.5 lakh will be donated to the PM Cares Fund.
Permanent employees including both the white-collar and blue-collar staffs as well as some trainees based at the three plant locations Kanchipuram (Tamil Nadu), Surajpur (Uttar Pradesh), & Faridabad (Haryana), corporate office in Chennai and Area Offices across India donated for the cause.
Commenting on this, Takahiro Henmi, Executive Vice President, Yamaha Motor India, said, "This is a global crisis and Yamaha's task as a global company is enormous. During such time what COVID 19 has prompted, Yamaha feels that it is important for everyone to stand united against the pandemic and come forward to support the government in winning this battle."
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