As part of the MG SEWA initiative, the automaker has now provided a total of 24 ambulances across India
Nagpur: In its constant efforts to deepen community service, MG Motor India has turned over eight more converted Hector ambulances to charitable institutions. The occasion was graced by the Hon. Shri Nitin Gadkari Ji, Minister of Road Transport and Highways of India. Equipped with modern rescue systems, the eight ambulances were handed over to Shri. Santi Ganeshotasav Mandal, Hazarat Baba Tajuddin Trust, Late Laxmanrao Mankar Trust, Gandhi Udyan Yog Mandal, Maa Bharati Bahuuddeshiya Sanstha, Kautilya Gramin Vikas Bahuddeshiya Sanshtha, Sanskar Sanstha.
MG Motor India has now provided 24 ambulances to charities across the country. The initiative is part of the automaker’s MG SEWA program, which is dedicated to serving communities.
When handing over ambulances Shri Nitin Gadkari Ji said, “MG Motor India has proactively and continuously supported our mission to improve the capacity to provide medical care to the population. The initiative will prove to be a boost in making medical care accessible to the vulnerable part of the region. We believe this move will also inspire other organizations to follow a similar path and help us build a stronger health infrastructure together.
Mr. Yash Yadav, Director of Corporate Affairs, MG Motor India, said, “We thank Shri Nitin Gadkari Ji for helping us to contribute to the well-being of the people. Hector ambulances, promised as part of MG SEWA, will help provide people with punctual medical services. MG SEWA aims to selflessly serve the communities with which the company interacts. In addition to supporting health workers, we have also done our part to support girls’ education, giving skills development classes to women, among others. During the handover ceremony, Mr. Mahesh Nangia, Akshit Nangia, Abhimanyu Nangia, Neha Nangia and Pankhuri Nangia of Nangia Cars were also present.
As a purpose-built organization, MG Motor India has been at the forefront of various community service initiatives.
About MG SEWA
MG SEWA is an umbrella platform to serve the immediate communities around MG operational bases. Since 2019, MG SEWA has supported several relief measures, including the development and donation of Hector ambulances, the strengthening of the manufacture of indigenous ventilators, the extension of relief and disinfection, the increase of the oxygen supply. medical services, the disinfection of vehicles for police personnel and the elderly, and the distribution of masks and hygiene kits. and food products.
As a member of MG SEWA, the automaker is more committed to educating girls, empowering women and training disadvantaged women. With the NGO IIMPACT, she now sponsors quality primary education for more than 1,477 girls in remote villages. MG also defends this cause with Udayan Care and Save the Children. Over the past year, MG has focused on online learning for underprivileged girls. Some of its other key initiatives include Womentorship – empowering women leaders in all communities, Changemakers – honoring women entrepreneurs doing exceptional work, and Drive Her Back – allowing women to return to work. It has also educated teachers and children about road safety in addition to nurturing more than 100 auto technology start-ups with platforms for growth. In keeping with his commitment to educating young people, he introduced Dakshata with ASDC for Automotive Skills Development and Nurture Program to provide young applicants with internship and training. Its Genesis and Bridge programs also offer training and internships to industry professionals. More information can be found at https://www.mgmotor.co.in/mg-sewa
About MG Motor India
Founded in the UK in 1924, Morris Garages vehicles were world famous for their sports cars, roadsters and convertibles. MG vehicles were highly sought after by many celebrities, including the British Prime Minister and even the British Royal Family, for their style, elegance and spirited performance. The MG Car Club, established in 1930 in Abingdon, UK, has thousands of loyal fans, making it one of the biggest clubs in the world for a car brand. MG has grown into a modern, futuristic and innovative brand over the past 96 years. In India, its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Halol, Gujarat has an annual production capacity of 80,000 vehicles and employs nearly 2,500 people. In addition, the support from technology leaders like SAP, Adobe, Cognizant and ITelligence since the start of their journey in 2018 has been immense, allowing MG to deliver a seamless experience to its customers. Driven by its vision of CASE mobility (connected, autonomous, shared and electric), the advanced car manufacturer has multiplied “experiences” in the automotive segment. It introduced several “firsts” in the Indian automotive industry with the first Internet SUV – MG Hector, the first Pure Electric Internet SUV – MG ZS EV and the first autonomous Premium SUV (level 1) – MG Gloster.