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Lanka IOC contributes Rs. 5 m to Disaster Relief Fund


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Managing Director and Senior Vice President [Finance] Shyam Bohra and Anuj Jain of Lanka IOC handing over the cheque for Rs. 5 million to President Maithripala Sirisena

 

Lanka IOC PLC, while sharing the grief that the country is going through, due to the inclement weather conditions that has caused large scale devastation in the country, the company contributed a sum of Rs. 5 million to the Disaster Relief Fund of the Presidential Secretariat, in order to help the affected people. 

Considering the urgent need at a time of this natural calamity, as a responsible corporate citizen, the company decided to contribute towards this cause. The Employees of Lanka IOC also contributed their one day’s salary towards this worthy cause. The company wishes a speedy resettlement for the affected community.


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