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What Indian Richest People Are Doing To Help Fight Against Coronavirus

| Published on March 24, 2020

Bill Gates has committed $100 million to aid global research and treatment of the coronavirus. Jack Ma, Alibaba founder has pledged $14 million to help develop a coronavirus vaccine. Even Indian billionaires are cooming ahead to provide help.

Mukesh Ambani has implemented a series of measures to help his employees during the COVID-19 epidemic. Ambani is not the only helping out during these extreme conditions. Tata Sons‘ chairman N Chandrasekaran implemented a similar strategy by paying all their employees full salaries for the months of April and March, irrespective of whether they can come to work or not because of illness. The company wants its employees’ safety and recognises their contributions on a daily basis.

And that’s not all! Mahindra Group chairman Anand Mahindra declared on 22nd March that the company would be providing ventilators in all of its factories. Mahindra would also help self-employed people and wage workers by contributing 100 per cent of his salary to fund them to fight the coronavirus.

The famous Industrialist Anil Agarwal also declared that his Vedanta Group would be establishing a Rs. 100 crore fund to help all daily wage employees. The company won’t be laying off any of its employees or deducting their salaries in case of leaves or no shows.

Vijay Shekhar Sharma

Source: Business Insider

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