The KCP Engineers,a leading construction company in Coimbatore is implementing various welfare measures for poor and downtrodden people. The firm also provides various financial assistance including renovation of Anganwadi, educational assistance fund, medical camps for school students, improving basic amenities for Scheduled Caste people and flood relief measures.
The firm has extended its helping hand for Covid19 relief measures by giving Rs 51 lakh for state government. The managing director of KCP Engineers, K Chandra Prakash handed over the amount to the S P Velumani, Minister of Municipal Administration, Rural Development and Implementation of Special Programme. He also handed over Rs 10 lakh worth sanitary spraying machines to Coimbatore corporation.
Speaking on the initiative, Managing Director of KCP Engineers, K Chandra Prakash said, “Due to nationwide lockdown to contain spreading of corona virus, poor people and daily wage workers stay at home. Following job loss, income loss has increased. There is compulsory situation to support for providing fundamental need of food and basic requirements. We are intensifying welfare measures to improve livelihood of people. We are implementing various measures now including, shelter for migrant workers, providing food, clothing and medicines, educational assistance for children of workers community, who lost income opportunity and providing required equipments for sanitary workers.”
According to him, in addition to the welfare measures, he gave away fund to the state government for corona relief measures.
“All the entrepreneurs, MSME industries and traders should come forward to donate for corona relief measures, which will reduce burdern for poor people,” he noted.