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Mi India pledges ₹3 cr to procure oxygen concentrators

Our Bureau Mumbai | Updated on April 22, 2021

This is in addition to the ₹15 crore the company had donated a few quarters ago

Mi India has pledged ₹3 crore to procure more than 1,000 oxygen concentrators for hospitals across the country, even as the company is partnering with GiveIndia to raise ₹1 crore for Covid-19 warriors.

“Given the rising medical oxygen requirements in the country during the Covid-19 wave, we at Mi India, are pledging to donate over ₹3 crore to procure 1,000 oxygen concentrators. These oxygen concentrators will be donated to hospitals and State governments where the need is the highest, for example, Delhi, Maharashtra, Karnataka and a few other states,” Manu Jain, Managing Director, Mi India, said in an open letter to Mi Fans.

This is in addition to the ₹15 crore the company had donated a few quarters ago to help the country fight Covid-19, he added.

Mi India has also partnered with non-profit organisation GiveIndia to raise ₹1 crore for Covid-19 warriors. The donation page will be live on mi.com for all fans, partners and consumers to donate, the letter said.

Published on April 22, 2021

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