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PNB donates emergency vehicle to Bhaoroa Deoras Sewa Nyas


PNB donates emergency vehicle to Bhaoroa Deoras Sewa Nyas

India’s leading public sector bank, Punjab National Bank (PNB), today donated an emergency vehicle to Bhaoroa Deoras Sewa Nyas. The vehicle will be used by the Nyas for the help of sick persons and their families who visit Delhi for treatment at AIIMS. Honorable Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Science and Technology and Earth Sciences, Dr. Harsh Vardhan along with Shri CH SS Malikarjuna Rao, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer handed over the key to the Trust.

Appreciating PNB’s contribution, The Honourable Union Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan said, “PNB has always been supportive towards governments initiative in serving the society. In these current times, these vehicles play a critical role and could serve more people who need urgent care without any delay.

PNB’s numerous steps like the donation to PM Cares fund and organising nationwide CSR campaign of distributing masks and sanitisers are appreciable. I congratulate PNB for their constant contribution towards fighting this pandemic. I am confident that with the collective efforts of all, we shall overcome this phase as well”

Commenting on this occasion, Shri CH SS Malikarjuna Rao, Managing Director, and Chief Executive Officer said, “The health and safety of our people is one of our top priorities, especially during these difficult times. PNB has always been at the forefront to support the community at large. This donation further reinforces our commitment towards giving back to the society. I assure that PNB, as a responsible and empathetic institution, will continue to contribute towards such missions in the future too, for the progress of the nation.”


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