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Punjab CMs Relief Fund Covid-19 Gets Biggest Contribution So Far

The cash-strapped border state got a big boost in its fight against corona virus with D-Mart, and the Dhillon Group as a whole, collectively donating Rs 5.05 crore to Punjab Chief Minister Relief Fund to fight Covid-19.

A press release from the Chief Minister’s Office said the donation, coming just over a week after Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh set up the Covid-19 relief fund and appealed to people to donate generously, will give much needed resources to the state in tackling the unprecedented situation created by the Covid-19 outbreak. Punjab being a border state with limited resources, needs its people and corporates to step up in this difficult times in the larger interest of the state and its people, it added

Punjab CMs Relief Fund Covid-19 Gets Biggest Contribution So Far, Lifeinchd

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A cheque of the amount was handed over to Capt Amarinder Singh, who, on behalf of the state government, thanked D-Mart and Kewal Singh Dhillon, Karan Dhillon and Kanwar Dhillon for their generous contribution. He also appealed to other fellow Punjabis to contribute large-heartedly to the fund and assist the state government in this hour of distress for the entire community.

On his part Kewal Dhillon felt that it is the duty of every responsible citizen to contribute to the state/country to fight this deadly virus, save lives and get the country back to normal. Karan and Kanwar Dhillon thanked all frontline soldiers – doctors, police personnel, administration staff and workers – who are working tirelessly to control the situation by risking their own lives, and emphasised the need for people to stay indoors.  by APR Media House is an enjoyable digital reading startup, which keeps you abreast of the latest meaningful happenings of interest to large sections of folks in Chandigarh tricity, and expats from the region. It has been promoted by a public spirited senior journalist and media consultant with a view to encourage good quality and healthy journalism, a dire need of the times.

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