The classic neo-retro bicycle manufacturer in Chennai announced on Tuesday that it has given up ₹2 million for the Tamil Nadu government for Covid-19 relief work. Vinod K Dasari, the director general of the Royal Enfielde, presented the check to MK Stalin, the prime minister of Tamil Nadu.
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“Tamil Nadu is home to the Royal Enfield engines and we are committed to supporting the State in every effort to deal with the second devastating wave of the Pandemic,” said Vinod K Dasari.
The company has three production plans in the locations of Thiruvottiyur, Oragadam and Vallam Vadagal in Tamil Nadu state.
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“Along with our commitment to support the state government today, Royal Enfield brings a number of ongoing initiatives to support the community in the region,” Dasari said in a statement.
The company said it will continue to closely monitor the situation and also provide the necessary measures for long-term relief and rehabilitation work.
(With PTI tickets)
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