In the wake of the recent coronavirus pandemic, people from all walks of life are contributing for the fight against Covid19. Such is the gravity of the situation globally that most of the stadiums have turned into makeshift hospitals to fight the Coronavirus. The Indian Premier League’s franchise Delhi Capitals owners are also contributing whole-heartedly in this fight to defeat Corona. JSW Group, the 50% owners of the Delhi Capital’s team has offered 90 Bed hospital at their facility for this fight.
JSW Group’s generous gesture to help coronavirus patients
JSW Group recently converted one of the wards of the Jindal Sanjeevani Hospital in Bellary into a COVID-19 ward with 90 beds and all the requisite equipment and handed it over to the district authorities. The co-owner of JSW Group, Parth Jindal took to Twitter to laud the JSW Foundation team and said that he was extremely proud of their contribution. It is worth noting that JSW has also made Bellary the home of its sprawling, state-of-the-art sports institute called the Inspire Institute of Sport. Let’s take a look at his tweet.
Delhi Capital Owners earlier had donated 100 Cr to PM Relief Fund
On March 29, Parth Jindal, who is also the owner of the IPL franchise Delhi Capitals, took to Twitter for announcing that the JSW Group had donated ₹100 crore to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund. In a media statement made by the company, the Delhi Capitals owner said that each of their employees are committed to donating a minimum of a single day’s salary to fight against the nationwide crisis caused by the highly-contagious coronavirus. JSW Group Chairman Sajjan Jindal recently said that with Prime Minister’s Relief Fund, they are dedicated in aiding the Indian government to deal against coronavirus.