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Oil PSUs contribute Rs 15 crore towards Gujarat CM Flood Relief Fund
"A cheque for Rs. 15 crore was handed over to Mr Vijay Ramniklal Rupani, Chief Minister of Gujarat, by the representatives of oil companies led by ONGC CMD Mr D K Sarraf at the CM's Office in Ahmedabad on Tuesday

-ONGC statement

PAHMEDABAD , SEPTEMBER 05 : Six Central Oil PSUs viz. ONGC, IOC, BPCL, HPCL, GAIL and OiL under the administrative control of the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas have contributed Rs 15 crore to the Flood Relief Fund of the Chief Minister of Gujarat to aid the flood affected people of the State. While ONGC and IOC have contributed Rs 3.2 Crore each, the other four PSUs have contributed Rs 2.15 Crore each.

A cheque for Rs. 15 crore was handed over to Mr Vijay Ramniklal Rupani, Chief Minister of Gujarat, by the representatives of oil companies led by ONGC CMD Mr D K Sarraf at the CM's Office in Ahmedabad on Tuesday. This is an initiative taken by the Central Oil PSUs under the leadership of Mr Dharmendra Pradhan, Union Cabinet Minister for Petroleum & Natural Gas, Government of India.

Additionally, as part of its CSR initiative ONGC's Ahmedabad and Mehsana Asset had carried out flood relief activity through distribution of food packets, drinking water, preventive medicine, utensil sets and hygiene kits in association with the district administration in the districts of Banaskantha, Palanpur and Patan. A state- of- the- art dewatering unit was also pressed into service for removal of flood water from a 66 KV power sub station which supplies electricity to the entire Gandhinagar District.