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‘We did not deduct the salary of a single employee in Kovid’ – Nita Ambani said at RIL AGM, these announcements

'We did not deduct the salary of a single employee in Kovid' - Nita Ambani said at RIL AGM, these announcements

Nita Ambani gave important information at Reliance AGM.

New Delhi:

Reliance Industries on Thursday annual general meeting In his address at (RIL AGM 2021), Reliance Foundation founder Nita Ambani said that the company did not deduct the salary, bonus or any other compensation of its employees in the Kovid-19 epidemic. Nita Ambani, wife of Asia’s richest man Mukesh Ambani, said that Kovid-19 is a big crisis for humanity, but in this battle also people have come together and fought.

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He announced that the families of the employees of the company who have died due to Kovid-19, will get the salary of the employee for the next five years. There. The company will bear the expenses of their children’s education till graduation. He told that a compensation of 10 lakh will be given to the families of the off-roll employees who lost their lives due to Kovid.

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He also gave information on how Reliance has fought against Kovid-19. He told that ‘In the beginning of this year, as soon as the cases of Kovid started increasing again, the lack of oxygen started coming to the fore. Seeing this, Reliance immediately started working on a war footing. We have never made Medical Grade Liquid Oxygen, but when needed we prepared the Jamnagar Refinery and within a few days we started manufacturing High-Purity Medical Grade Liquid Oxygen and within two weeks we scaled the production to 1100 Metric. Tons delivered daily.

Apart from this Mission Oxygen, he also gave information about Reliance’s other initiatives, Mission Annaseva, Mission Vaccine Security and Kovid Infra. He told that Reliance’s Mission Vaccine Suraksha is India’s largest corporate vaccination drive, under which 20 lakh people have been given free vaccines, including retired employees of the company, employees of partner companies and their family members.

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