Tata Motors has taken up various measures under its 3E initiatives to ensure the well-being of the community amidst the lockdown. In line with the company strategy to combat the crisis, the employees at Sanand have devoted themselves to initiatives that serve the greater good of the community, a company release said here on Friday.
Essential supplies provision distributed to 850 families
Tata Motors has organized for food supplies to migrants and stranded communities, urban slums, transit camps and villagers, drivers, co-drivers, mechanics, contractual and temporary workers, security personnel, in regions of Sanand, Viramgam, Ahmedabad and the villages of Kalana and Hirapur villages in Sanand Taluka. So far, 850 ration kits have been distributed that consist of all basic ingredients that can sustain an individual for at least a month. In addition to this, the company has also partnered with NGOs to distribute ration kits to HIV+ underprivileged families in Ahmedabad. Each ration kit consisted of 3kg rice, 3 kg wheat flour, 1 kg pulse, 1 kg sugar, 1 pkt chilli powder, 1 pkt turmeric powder, 1 pkt tea powder, 1 pkt salt, 1 ltr cooking oil, 2.5 kg potato, 2.5 kg onion, 1 soap, and 1 reusable mask. The social distancing norms were followed during the distribution exercise.
Speaking on the initiatives, Vinod Kulkarni, CSR Head, Tata Motors Ltd., “We at Tata Motors, along with the entire Tata Group, have a deeply rooted philosophy of community well-being at the core of our corporate agenda. The company will continue to support the government’s efforts and provide services to the heroes that are battling this pandemic at the front-lines.”