OIL, ONGC donate Rs 65 lakh to CM's relief fund in Assam
OIL and ONGC donated Rs 40 lakh and Rs 25 lakh respectively to the Chief Minister's Relief Fund for the flood victims of Assam.
Oil India Limited (OIL) and Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) on Thursday donated Rs 40 lakh and Rs 25 lakh respectively to the Chief Minister's Relief Fund for the flood victims of Assam.
OIL Director (Personnel) VK Sibal and ONGC Executive Director SC Upadhaya handed over the cheques separately to Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi at his official residence.
Among the other organisations who donated to the Chief Minister's Relief Fund on Thursday are Officers and Staff of Office of the Commissioner Transport and DTOs Rs 4.59 lakh, Assam State Transport Corporation Rs 1,96,800, Inland Water Transport Rs 50,000 and Association of DTOs Lamination Unit Rs 50,000.
ONGC also donated Rs 15 lakh to the Indian Red Cross Society, Assam State Branch today at a separate function.
ONGC Deputy Manager (PR) S Raina said that officers and staff of ONGC have undertaken relief measures in the flood-affected areas of Teok, Majuli island and Silchar. Food grains, tents, medicines and other essential commodities were distributed among the flood-affected people.