Here’s a look at how Mukesh Ambani, Anand Mahindra, Kiran Mazumdar Shaw gave a shout out during Janata Curfew
Mukesh Ambanistepped out on the terrace of his $1 billion home Antilia, to ring a bell and thank all those people working in essential services.
- Industrialist Anil Agarwal, who pledged ₹100 crore towards fighting the pandemic, also rang a plate.
- Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, the richest woman in India and the CEO of Biocon was also posted a picture where she was ringing a bell to appreciate the Coronavirus fighters.
PM Narendra Modi in his address to the nation on March 19, urged people to stay indoors and observe a ‘
Among those Indians who acknowledged their PM’s appeal, include top industrialists like Mukesh Ambani,
Mukesh Ambani, the chairperson of
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Mukesh Ambani stepped out on the terrace of his $1 billion home Antilia, to ring a bell and thank all those people working in essential services. He was accompanied by other members of his family and staff. Ambani is among the top 5 billionaires in the world who lost the most in the last 40 days. The deadly Coronavirus has wiped out nearly half his wealth after a fall in crude oil prices crashed the global stock market.
Anil Agarwal, founder and chairperson of Vedanta Group
I am committing 100 cr towards fighting the Pandemic. #DeshKiZarooratonKeLiye is a pledge that we undertook & this… https://t.co/RO2gmG4tF5— Anil Agarwal (@AnilAgarwal_Ved) 1584877622000
Industrialist Anil Agarwal, who runs the Vedanta group, joined Jack Ma and Bill Gates in donating for the cause. He pledged ₹100 crore towards fighting the pandemic. “Many people are facing uncertainty and I’m especially concerned about the daily wage earners, we will do our bit to help,” he tweeted.
Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, CEO and managing director of Biocon
My small applause for our saviours of the COVID19 outbreak https://t.co/9mvCuuIWII— Kiran Mazumdar Shaw (@kiranshaw) 1584880219000
Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, the richest woman in India and the CEO of Biocon was also seen ringing a bell to appreciate the Coronavirus fighters. Shaw in her article in the New Indian Express asked people to stay at home and seek medical attention if they feel unwell.
“It is critical for each one of us to take the responsibility of preventing India from slipping into the third stage of the Covid-19 pandemic, in which transmission affects the community as a whole,” she said. A day before the Janata Curfew, Shaw took to Twitter to urge the Indian government to procure more ventilators.
Anand Mahindra, Group chairperson Mahindra & Mahindra
I will be on my balcony with my family and we will applaud our unsung heroes without pause for the entire 5 minute… https://t.co/zX0maCWvv4— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) 1584643211000
Mahindra group chairman Anand Mahindra took to Twitter on Sunday to announce a series of measures, including production of ventilators at Mahindra's factories, to fight the outbreak.He claimed that going by various reports from epidemiologists, it is highly likely that India is already in the stage 3 of the novel Coronavirus transmission.
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