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The second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic has hit the country really hard. A lot of big manufacturers are trying to help as much as possible from their end. Recently, Reliance BP Mobility Ltd, the fuel retailing joint venture of Reliance Industries Ltd and BP, has deployed a mobile fuel bowser in Mumbai. This has been done so that it can supply fuel free of cost to ambulances on Covid-19 duty.
The firm in collaboration with Reliance Foundation had in March last year launched an initiative to provide fuel free of charge to Covid-19 emergency service vehicles across the country.
A company statement said, "In Mumbai, the company's fuel stations are located outside the city limits, therefore in the effort to support and extend its scheme to the city's ambulances deployed for Covid-19 services, the company today flagged off a Mobile Fuel Bowser, which will be stationed at MCGM Worli Transport Garage."
Speaking about some numbers, under this pan-India program, a total of 811.07 kilolitres (KL) of fuel amounting to Rs 7.30 crore has been dispensed to 21,080 emergency vehicles in May, last month. On the other hand, as a part of the country-wide initiative, the firm, which operates under the 'Jio-bp' brand, provides free fuel from its 1,421 petrol pumps across the country to government and hospital (including private hospitals) vehicles, including ambulances used for the movement of Covid-19 patients.
"Throughout the pandemic, Reliance has pulled its forces to provide multi-pronged support at scale and this initiative is another such example of the group's commitment to the country and its people's welfare. An authorization letter from concerned authorities (district administration/ district health administration/ district police administration) will be required to avail the no-charge fuel," the statement further added.
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A lot of manufacturers are helping the people in whatever way they can to stop this Covid-19 pandemic. Reliance BP Mobility Ltd has done a really great thing by providing free fuel to ambulances that are on Covid-19 duty.