Kia Motors India Pledge Rs 2 Crore To Support India’s Fight Against Coronavirus
The coronavirus pandemic has affected the whole globe. Countries like America and Italy remain the worst affected, followed by countries like Spain, Germany and Iran. But India, fortunately, has not seen such bad figures, but we never know when things could change. The Prime Minster started a national relief fund along with individual states starting their own relief funds. Some of India’s most wealthy and powerful businessmen, and popular actors contributed to the fun or through private donations. The auto industry has taken a hit but companies like Kia Motors India are lending a helping hand despite that.
Kia Motors Corporation pledged Rs 2 crores to the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister’s Relief Fund. Kia Motors India Managing Director Kookhyun Shim met Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy and handed over the cheque personally at the Camp office in Tadepally.
Apart from that, Kia Motors India has also provided a few solutions to its customers during this period. The company will be providing extended free services to all its customers until July 2020.