Honda Motor Company, the Japanese multinational automobile manufacturer has contributed INR 3 crores towards the relief and recovery efforts in Jammu & Kashmir.
The contribution is aimed to provide relief and rehabilitation for people who were affected by the flood and for reconstruction of areas that were left devastated by the floods and landslides that hit the state earlier this month.
Cheques amounting to INR 3 crores were given to the Prime Minister's Office for the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund yesterday.
Speaking about the severity of the damage, the President, CEO and Managing Officer for Honda Motor Company, Yoshiyuki Matsumoto said the company expresses condolences and the deepest sympathy to all the affected people who lost their near and dear ones, their homes and their livelihoods in this massive calamity.
Honda hope that this contribution will help in the restoration of the devastated infrastructure and will help rebuild lives of people who are affected.
The entire Honda group companies in India - Honda Cars India Ltd., Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt Ltd., Honda Siel Power Products Ltd, Honda R&D (India) Pvt. Ltd and Honda Motor India Pvt. Ltd have contributed towards the reconstruction and recovery of the region.