Oil India Limited (OIL), India’s second-largest National Exploration & Production company as part of its CSR initiative has contributed to the fight against COVID-19 by supporting in augmentation of the health infrastructure and by donating Oxygen concentrators to Govt. of Assam amidst this surge of the second wave of the pandemic.
On July 6, OIL donated 500 Oxygen concentrators to Govt. of Assam. The concentrators were handed over to Keshab Mahanta, Minister of Health & Family Welfare, Govt of Assam by Sandip Goswami, Chief General Manager(Pipelines) and Madhurjya Barua, General Manager(Admin & ER) on behalf of the OIL Board of Directors.
#OIL extends support to #Assam Govt. in reinforcing its health infra to fight #COVID19 by providing 500 Oxygen concentrators.
The concentrators were handed over to Sh. @keshab_mahanta, Hon’ble MoH&FW, Govt of Assam, by Sh. Sandip Goswami, CGM(Pipelines) I/C.#IndiaFightsCorona pic.twitter.com/7OK41IJ18S
— Oil India Limited (@OilIndiaLimited) July 6, 2021
Anurag Goyal, IAS, Principal Secretary, Health & Family Welfare, Govt of Assam and Dr. Lakshmanan S, Mission Director, NHM, Assam were also present on the occasion.
The minister conveyed his sincere appreciation to OIL for the committed services during the Pandemic.