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Athena Group, East Coast Energy employees support Uttarakhand relief operations

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Hyderabad, July 9, 2013: Athena Group, East Coast Energy & their associate companies extend their financial assistance of Rs 23 lakh to mitigate the suffering of the victims of flash floods and heavy rainfall in Uttarakhand. Over 500 employees of the group companies voluntarily contributed one-day salary to this noble initiative.

In this most difficult period of human calamity, Athena Group, East Coast Energy and its associate companies would like to support Ramakrishna Mission, which has been requested by National Disaster Management Authority to conduct the relief & rehabilitation mission owing to the magnitude of the mayhem at Uttarakhand. Enthused by the employee’s gesture, the management also volunteered to match their contribution and support this initiative.ImageImage.

At a brief interaction, the senior management and employees handed over a cheque of Rs 23 lakh at the Hyderabad office to Sri Swami Purnabodhanandaji from Ramakrishna Math – Hyderabad as our contribution to this massive rehabilitation mission.

Mr. T V Krishna, Vice Chairman said “As a responsible corporate citizen, we are committed to contribute to local communities and well-being of their citizens. Overwhelmed by magnitude of the mayhem and destruction caused by the flash floods, we extend our support to Ramakrishna Math with our small contribution to help a larger cause and particularly the flood victims and rehabilitation in the Uttarakhand region..

We seek the support of the local media in Hyderabad to highlight the contributions of these 500 employees who voluntarily came forward to support the rehabilitation and relief operations being undertaken by Ramakrishna Mission.

Ramakrishna Mission is known for its self less service to mankind through their massive relief operations undertaken by them in India, Burma, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in earlier calamities and hardships. The relief works are being undertaken by the Mission in the affected areas through its Kankhal (Haridwar) center with the relief camp having been established at Agastya Muni, about 25 kms from Rudraprayag. We hope the efforts of Ramakrishna Mission will provide the much needed relief and succor to the victims of the flash floods and devastation it caused at Uttarakhand and our small contribution comes handy in this relief mission.

 

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