Cyclone 'Fani': Adani Group connects Rs 25 crore with Odisha

BHUBANESWAR: To Support The People Affected By The Extremely Heavy Cyclonal Storm" Fani" , Adani Group Has Promised Rs 25 Crore To The Aid Fund Of The Supreme Minister Of Odisha. The Group Said It Will Provide Full Help To Government Rehabilitation Efforts In Cyclone-Affected Areas.

The Cyclone That Made Landfall Near Puri On Friday (May 3) Has Claimed At Least 35 Lives In Odisha.

Meteorological Department (IMD), The Company Said That The Officials Or DPCL (Dhamra Port Company Limited) With 'Sarpanches' Or Adjoining 'Gram Panchayats' And Assured All Support. DPCL, A Fully-owned Subsidiary Of Adani Ports, Is Situated Between Haldia And Paradeep.

In The Ongoing Rehabilitation Work, DPCL Is Coordinating With Government Officials And Their Ground Staff For Distribution Of Food, Water And Medical Supplies.

Karan Adani, CEO, Adani Ports And Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Said:" We Are Deeply Pained By The Devastation Caused By Cyclone Fani In Odisha. The Adani Group Stands United With The State Administration And The People Of Odisha During This Hour Of Despair. For Immediate Relief, We Commit To Contribute Rs 25 Crore To The Chief Minister's Relief Fund."