Honda-Engine Powered Sprayers & Food Packets Distributed: COVID-19 Relief

Honda India Foundation – the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arm of the Honda Group companies in India is doing its bit to lend support during the current COVID-19 pandemic that has unleashed its fury all over the world leaving everyone locked down in their homes.

Continuing its relief work, Honda handed over as many as 800 units of sprayers in various states of the country. These sprayers are powered by Honda’s 4-stroke engines and are high pressure backpack sprayers which can be worn over the shoulders. This makes them portable and light and the company informs they have high speed capacity which enables quicker sanitization of an area.

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These sprayers were handed over to Mr. Sadan Ahlawat (Personal Secretary to Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana), Mr. Sarafraj Khan (Joint Commisioner, Bengaluru, Karnataka), Mr. Gautam Trivedi (Personal Assistant to Health Minister of Rajasthan) and Mr. M.N. Patel (Deputy Collector, Gujarat Urban Development Mission, Gandhinagar, Gujarat).

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Apart from this Honda is also taking care of the poor and underprivileged in these tough times. The corporate is distributing 1000 food packets to Khoh village (in Gurugram), Mohindergarh (in Haryana) and Vitthalapur (in Gujarat). Additionally, Honda is also supplying food packets to Karnataka Police since the start of this month.