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BEL distributes grocery kits to migrant workers through City Police

Navratna Defence PSU Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), under its CSR initiative, has distributed grocery kits to migrant workers through City Police

Bengaluru: Navratna Defence PSU Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives, has come forward to lend a helping hand to migrant workers in Bengaluru, impacted by the lockdown implemented countrywide in view of the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). The Bangalore Complex of BEL on Monday handed over 1,300 grocery kits, valued at Rs 23 lakhs, to migrant workers through the City Police. 

BEL-Bangalore Complex Director Vinay Kumar Katyal and BEL's Director (HR) KM Shivakumaran Director (HR) handed over the kits containing rice, daal, sugar and other essential commodities to migrant workers in the presence of Bangalore North's DCP Shashikumar N (IPS), Office of Commissioner of Police's (Admn Bangalore) Nisha James (IPS) and other senior officers of BEL.     

In a bid to mitigate the hardships faced by migrant workers, the Bangalore Complex of BEL has, ever since the implementation of lockdown, been providing 250 food packets daily to the workers through the City Police. 

The employees of BEL had earlier contributed their one day’s salary amounting to Rs 2.71 crores to the Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations (PM CARES) Fund. The company also released Rs 10 crores from its CSR Fund towards the PM CARES fund, to combat and contain the COVID-19 pandemic in India and also for relief efforts.