The Hero Group has additionally dedicated a corpus of Rs 100 Crore as an assist for the continuing COVID-19 relief-efforts in India.
- Last Updated: April 14, 2020, 3:46 PM IST
- Edited by: Manav Sinha
As a part of its ongoing initiatives in direction of the COVID-19 aid efforts, Hero MotoCorp, world’s largest producer of bikes and scooters, has introduced that will probably be donating 60 first-responder cell ambulances to authorities. These cell ambulances can be helpful for reaching out to sufferers in rural and distant areas and comfortably shifting them to the closest hospitals.
These cell ambulances have been custom-built as an adjunct to be fitted on Hero MotoCorp bikes, with an engine capability of 150cc and above. The ambulance equipment embody a sleeping association with important medical gear reminiscent of a first-aid package, oxygen cylinder, fireplace extinguisher and a siren. These can be handed over to authorities in a number of areas throughout India.
As may be seen from the photographs, a Hero Xtreme 200R has been modified right into a cell ambulance. It additionally comes with issues like studying lights and will get a suspension fitted each for the carriage in addition to your entire fitment that goes on to the bike which suggests, will probably be snug to journey for these utilizing it.
The Hero Group has dedicated a corpus of Rs 100 Crore as an assist for the continuing COVID-19 relief-efforts in India. Half of this sum – Rs 50 Crore – is being contributed to the PM-Cares Fund and the remaining Rs 50 crore is being spent in different aid efforts.
The BML Munjal University – run by the Hero Group at Dharuhera within the state of Haryana in India – has supplied its 2000-bed hostel to be used as isolation and remedy ward by the native well being division.
Hero MotoCorp can also be distributing greater than 15,000 meals to every day wage-workers, stranded labourers and homeless households in a number of areas of Delhi-NCR, Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttarakhand, Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat daily.