Indian Oil CSR to contribute Rs 50 cr for Cheetah Reintroduction project
As part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR), Indian Oil Corp. (Indian Oil CSR) will donate 50 crore over four years to the Cheetah reintroduction Project, the company announced in a statement on Tuesday.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the transcontinental relocation of cheetahs was signed by Indian Oil and the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) in August of this year. The memorandum of intent was signed by SP Yadav, NTCA’s member secretary and additional director general (Project Tiger), SM Vaidya, chairman of Indian Oil, and SP Yadav.
Indian Oil CSR
The country’s dedication to developing a greener, happier, and more energizing new India is demonstrated by the MoU between Indian Oil CSR and NTCA. I’m confident NTCA will oversee this project with a mission-critical mindset. The Cheetah Introduction Project aligns with our primary goal of preserving India’s natural ecosystem and cultural heritage. The now-famous Indian Oil Rhino, our mascot, continues to serve as evidence of our commitment, said Vaidya.