Google CEO Sundar Pichai announces Rs 135 Cr relief for India to fight Corona

New Delhi, 26/4 (AO Bureau): Google CEO Sundar Pichai has come forward to help, amidst the rapidly spreading corona crisis across the country. He has announced a relief fund of Rs 135 crore in view of the situation in India due to Corona. Apart from this, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has also extended a helping hand. Nadella said today that the company is trying to give relief to India. Apart from this, buying oxygen equipment will also help.

Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google, has announced a relief fund of Rs 135 crore to UNICEF and GetIndia for the grant. With this, he said that Google and his team will do medical supplies. Along with this, we will also help organizations that help the community with high risk. Let us tell you this is the time when India has registered more than 3.5 lakh new cases and more than 2,800 deaths due to COVID-19.


Pichai shared a blog post

Pichai has shared a blog post, in which the company is telling in detail about the efforts to get India out of a serious situation. In a blog post signed by the head of the company and VP Sanjay Gupta, the funding of Rs 135 crore includes two grains from with a total value of Rs 20 crore.

The first grant is for Getindia to provide cash assistance to the families suffering from the crisis to help with their daily expenses. Apart from this, another grant will go to UNICEF, which will help in getting immediate medical supplies including oxygen and test equipment, which is most needed in India at the moment.

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