Reliance Industries donates 25 cr to the Uttarakhand flood Relief
On Saturday, Reliance Industries said that it has given Uttarakhand a contribution of Rs 25 crore to aid the Himalayan state’s flood relief operations. Anant Ambani gave the money to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund on behalf of Reliance Industries. Ambani wrote to Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, “We hope this initiative will further the state government’s effort to take up various development programs for the people of Uttarakhand.”
Dhami responded by thanking Ambani. “We share a deep bond with the people of Uttarakhand, through joys and sorrows over the past decade,” Anant said in the letter. All of us at Reliance have been inspired by the state’s and its people’s extraordinary resiliency in the face of disaster. In order to deepen this relationship as we celebrate our ten-year anniversary with Uttarakhand, we are meaningfully enhancing the state’s prosperity.
Anant gave Rs 5 crore to the Chardham Devasthanam Board in October 2020. The Reliance Foundation gave the state’s disaster management authority an additional Rs 5 crore in 2021 for Covid relief activities. In 2022, Mukesh Ambani, the chairman of Reliance Industries, gave Rs 2.5 crore each to the Kedarnath and Badrinath temple committees.