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Yamaha employees donate a day's salary to support fight against COVID-19. Yamaha employees paid one day salary for efforts to tackle Kovid-19

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Yamaha employees donate a day's salary to support fight against COVID-19

New Delhi. Employees of the two-wheeler sector Yamaha Motor India Group (YMIG) have contributed their one day salary to fight the corona virus. YMIG said in a statement on Saturday that the permanent employees and trainees of the company's three plants Kanchipuram (Tamil Nadu), Surajpur (Uttar Pradesh) and Faridabad (Haryana) plants and employees of other offices of the company earned Rs 61.5 lakh from their April salary. Kovid-19 is given to battle.

Of this, 25-25 lakh rupees have been given in the Chief Minister Public Relief Fund of Tamil Nadu and Chief Minister Disaster Relief Fund of Uttar Pradesh. The remaining Rs 11.5 lakh has been given in the Prime Minister's Civil Assistance and Emergency Situation Relief Fund (PM-Cares). YMEG Executive Vice President Takahiro Henmi said, 'This is a global crisis. Yamaha believes that in this every person should go ahead and support the government so that this fight can be won. '

This post was published on May 9, 2020 2:36 pm

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