Several prominent persons, organisations on Tuesday gave huge donations to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund to support the state government’s programmes and measures to prevent the spread of Coronavirus in the State.
Telangana State Council for Higher Education (TSCHE) gave a Rs 10 Crore donation to the CMRF. A Cheque in this regard was given to Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao by TSCHE Chairman Prof T Papireddy, Vice Chairman R Limbadri, Vice Chairman V Venkatramana, and Secretary N Srinivas Rao. These five persons have individually given another Rs 2.50 Lakh to the CMRF.
Greenco group came forward to give one lakh PPE Kits worth Rs five crore. A consent letter in this regard was given by the company’s MD Anil Chalamasetty to the CM.
Mythra Energy group came forward to give 2 Crore 50 lakh worth PPE Kits and N95 Masks. A consent letter in this regard was given by the company’s MD Vikram Kailas, Director Vivek Kailas to the CM.
Telangana State Private Medical and Dental Colleges Management Association came forward to donate medical equipment worth Rs 2 crore. A consent letter in this regard was given by Association President Laxmi Narasimha Rao to the CM.
Sri Ramchandra Mission has announced a donation of Rs 1.50 crore. A Cheque in this regard was given by Ramachandra Mission’s Joint Secretary Vamsi Chalagulla, and Dr Sharath Kumar to the CM.
Andhra Pradesh Gas Power Corporation gave Rs one Crore to the CMRF. A Cheque in this regard was given by MD Venkateswar Reddy to the CM.
People from Kaluwakurty and TRS party workers gave Rs7.41 Lakh to the CMRF. A Cheque in this regard was given by MLA Jaipal Reddy to the CM. Minister Niranjan Reddy participated in the programme.