GUWAHATI: OIL (Oil India Limited), India's second-largest national exploration and production company, as a 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 the Government of Assam amid the second wave of the pandemic.
On Tuesday, OIL donated 500 oxygen concentrators to the State government. The concentrators were handed over to Minister of Health and Family Welfare Keshab Mahanta by Chief General Manager (Pipelines) Sandip Goswami and General Manager (Admin and ER) Madurjya Barua on behalf of the OIL Board of Directors.
Health and Family Welfare Principal Secretary Anurag Goyal and Assam NHM (National Health Mission) Mission Director Dr Lakshmanan S were also present on the occasion.
Minster Mahanta appreciated the OIL for their committed services during the pandemic, stated a release.