SBI has contributed Rs 2 crore to the State Disaster Relief Fund for the rehabilitation of people displaced by landslides in Joshimath

Dehradun. State Bank of India on Thursday provided financial assistance of Rs 2 crore to the Uttarakhand State Disaster Relief Fund for the relief and rehabilitation of the people displaced by landslides in Joshimath.
Chief General Manager of State Bank of India, New Delhi Circle, Mr. Kalpesh Kr. Awasia presented and handed over a check of Rs 02 crore. The Chief Minister thanked the State Bank of India for this cooperation amount to help the affected. The Chief Minister said that many works related to infrastructure development are to be done in the four identified Vibrant Villages of the state, Mana, Niti, Malari and Gunji, for this also he expected cooperation from SBI. Shri Kalpesh Kr., Chief General Manager, State Bank of India, New Delhi Circle. Awasia said that S.BIn order to spread awareness in the society and help the needy people, under the social responsibilities of the society, from time to time, it continues to provide financial support at different levels of the society. Will continue to contribute in various social activities of the state in future also. On this occasion S.BShri Rajkumar Singh and Shri Amarendra Kumar Singh, Deputy General Managers of IK Uttarakhand Zone were also present

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