Coronavirus India: Station Masters to donate one day’s salary to PM Relief Fund

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Saturday, 28 March 2020

The total amount is expected to be Rs 21 crore. There are 39,000 station masters across the country which includes 360 from the Pune Railway Division.

PUNE: The station masters of the Indian Railways have decided to donate one day’s salary to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund to support the central government in India’s fight against COVID-19.

The Station Masters will do this for three months. This was revealed by Pune Railway Station Master Ajay Kumar Sinha, who is a part of the All India Station Masters Association. 

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The total amount is expected to be Rs 21 crore. There are 39,000 station masters across the country which includes 360 from the Pune Railway Division. All other central government employees have already decided to donate a month’s salary.

As the global infected cases have risen over six lakhs, the pandemic has killed over 27,000 people globally. On Friday, 969 people died in Italy. The death toll has reached 20 in India, and over 900 people are infected.

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Several luminaries across the country have joined in and are contributing in India’s fight against the pandemic.

 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The entire world is grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic. The situation gets worse every passing moment. There is a lot more needed to be done to treat those infected with the virus. The governments are trying their best, but citizens too, need to extend their helping hand in these difficult times. . Continuing its tradition of taking the lead in garnering peoples’ support while dealing with calamities, Sakal Relief Fund has decided to support the creation of necessary medical facilities. . . Sakal, with its initial contribution of INR 25 lakhs, appeals to its readers to donate generously for the cause. Together and united, we can support the humankind and cruise this crisis. . #coronaviruspandemic #pandemic #virus #corona #sakalrelieffund #donations #donate #pune #maharashtra #india #coronavirusoutbreak⚠️ #outbreak #StayHome #StaySafe #viral #viralnews #Sakal #SakalNews

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Sakal Media Group has contributed to the cause and creating other avenues to curb the spread. We request our readers to support this cause generously by visiting sakalrelieffund.com.

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