Reliance Foundation has taken responsibility to raise food in the face of 5 crore poor


BanglaHunt Desk: Reliance is one of the largest private companies in India. The non-governmental organization has already funded India's relief fund against Corona. This time, due to the coroner, standing next to the economically disadvantaged people took the responsibility of providing food in their mouth. Mukesh Ambani's company has taken responsibility for feeding the 5 million poor people of the country under Reliance's Mission Food Service.

In Mumbai, Silvassa, Baroda, Patalganga, Hajira, Jhajjar, Shahdal, Jamnagar, Dahej, Nagothane, Garimoga and Hoshiarpur, Reliance volunteers have taken on the responsibility of feeding the poor for free. Reliance is also distributing free food to truck drivers at Reliance petrol stations.

The Reliance Foundation does all the social work for Reliance Industries. Already, under the Mission Food Service Scheme, the company has provided 20 million meals in 5 districts in 5 states and one union territory.

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Smt. Nita Ambani, Founder and Chairperson of Reliance Foundation, announced that Reliance Foundation has launched Mission Anna Seva which will be the largest meal distribution program ever undertaken by a corporate foundation anywhere in the world. Through Mission Anna Seva, Reliance Foundation will provide over 3 crore meals, to marginalized communities and frontline workers across the nation. Reliance Foundation has already distributed over 2 crore meals in 68 districts across 16 states and 1 union territory. In addition, Reliance has donated ₹ 535 crore rupees to various relief funds. Reliance, in partnership with BMC, set up India's first 100-bed exclusive Covid-19 hospital in Mumbai which is being expanded to 250 beds. Reliance will produce one lakh masks daily and hundreds and thousands of PPEs (personal protective equipment) for health-workers and caregivers across India. RIL salutes our doctors, nurses and staff at Sir H.N. Reliance Foundation, Retail, Jio and all employees. #CoronaHaaregaIndiaJeetega #Coronavirus # Covid19 #IndiaFightsCorona #TogetherWeWill #RelianceFoundation #Reliance #Relianceindustrieslimited #Ril #MissionAnnaSeva #AnnaSeva

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Staying indoors is extremely important but so is maintaining your physical health. Keep your body active and exercising properly to beat the blues during this lockdown. Here's a checklist to make sure you stay fit and healthy at home: – Make time for exercise. Try basic home workouts such as stretching, skipping, push-ups to stay active. – Follow an 8 hr sleep cycle to ensure that your body gets ample rest. -Consume healthy food, fresh fruits and vegetables to boost your immunity. -Stay hydrated by drinking 8-10 glasses of water a day. Stay Home and Stay Fit! #CoronaHaaregaIndiaJeetega #Coronavirus #StayHome # Covid19 #SocialDistancing #StayHomeStaySafe #IndiaFightsCorona #TogetherWeWill #RelianceFoundation #Reliance #Relianceindustrieslimited #Ril

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The first corona attack in India was reported in Kerala on January 30, and on March 24, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a lockdown. Six days passed between the first case and the announcement of the lockdown, and the number of patients was only 3 and only 1 died.

The number of people infected with the deadly virus in India so far is 16,601. 590 people died. 3252 people have recovered. 14659 people are undergoing treatment. Maharashtra is the worst affected state. So far, the number of people affected is 6.

However, the Health Ministry has said that the number of coronary cases in India is much under control. However, the future of India in the next 5-6 days depends on the future, said Dr. Randeep Guleria, Director, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS).

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