MG Motor India donates Hector ambulances in Nagpur to support healthcare services
Business Bureau :
MG Motor India has delivered eight more Hector ambulances equipped with modern life-saving systems for Nagpur and other cities of Vidarbha. The ambulance units were handed over in the presence of Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, (MSME) Government of India, on June 19. Mahesh Nangia, Akshit Nangia and Abhimanyu Nangia from Nangia Cars were also present on this occasion. Speaking on the occasion, Yash Yadav, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, MG Motor India, said, “We are proud to deliver Hector ambulances for healthcare services under the MG Sewa programme.
We had started providing some ambulances at the start of COVID-19 pandemic last year but took up the challenge of hastening up deliveries of these ambulances after Gadkari’s special request to help the Nagpur and Vidarbha regions. We thank Gadkari for this opportunity.” MG has previously donated Hector ambulances to Nangia Hospital in Nagpur, GMERS Hospital in Vadodara and CHC Hospital in Halol, Gujarat. The ambulances were earlier offered exclusively to COVID-19 patients living in Nagpur, however, now the vehicles will also be used for other emergencies. Efforts are on to support other parts of India. Under its community service umbrella MG Sewa, the carmaker is doing various initiatives in these challenging times. It has also joined hands with Devnandan Gases Pvt Ltd in Gujarat and has supported in increased the production of oxygen by 36% at one of the latters plants in Vadodara.