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SRAM & MRAM Group, a leading conglomerate, instrumental in contributing to society has joined the global efforts to help India fight against the devastating 2nd wave of Covid-19 by bringing in 1 million oxygen concentrators and 40 generators by May 6th, 2021.

The company has decided to help India, combat the pandemic that has slain more than 2 lakh lives across the country. The company has also announced to give free nebulizers to the underprivileged who cannot afford oxygen concentrators during tough times.  To claim the services, people have to register themselves on the website www.srammram.com 

Dr. Sailesh Lachu Hiranandani, Chairman, SRAM & MRAM Group, said, “As India’s second wave of Covid-19 pandemic continues to escalate rapidly, existing supply chains are under enormous pressure in meeting the huge demand, especially to the most remote and effective parts of the country.  It’s my earnest endeavor to provide free nebulizers to people who cannot afford oxygen concentrators and generators.” 

Pardeep Batra, Director, SRAM & MRAM Malaysia and President, BJP Malaysia, and a leading restaurateur and a philanthropist from Malaysia has been helping the Indian Embassy (Malaysia) to source oxygen concentrators and generators for the Indian market.

SRAM & MRAM Team is preparing them for the task. Chaityna Aggarwal, Executive Director, has been at the forefront of organizing various task forces from within the organization and external resources to ensure a continuous supply of concentrators and generators. 

He is ably assisted by the Group Directors Raghav Kapur, a young and dynamic soldier who has already been talking to local support staff in identifying the critical areas where the oxygen generating machines are required the most.  He will lead the group’s initiative in the entire North Indian region.

Hitanshu Heera, another Group Director at SRAM& MRAM is ready to take the mantle on himself and his team for managing the entire Western Indian region.  He has already identified locations and is getting all the approvals in place to ensure an easy and speedy supply.

Geeta Singh, Sr. Professor in Delhi University has been trying to coordinate with the government machinery to organize camps and also set up a 100-bed emergency hospital to treat patients.

Mahendra Joshi, Director at SRAM & MRAM Group has been using his engineering background to setup oxygen manufacturing units on an urgent basis and has further requested Mr.Kunjilal Meena, Secretary Urban Development of Rajasthan state to help the company to set up the oxygen generation and manufacturing plant in Rajasthan. 

Almost every employee of SRAM & MRAM is gearing up for helping India fight the disastrous pandemic.