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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Apr 2 (ANI): Financial services conglomerate HDFC Group on Thursday committed Rs 150 crore to the PM-CARES Fund to support the government for its relief and rehabilitation measures towards the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic.

"These are uncertain and trying times for all of us," said Chairman Deepak Parekh.

The HDFC Group's support to PM-CARES Fund is to commend the exemplary efforts of Central and state governments, armed and paramilitary forces, local police, healthcare professionals and sanitation workers across the country who are working tirelessly day in and out to fight the pandemic, he said.

"In the aftermath of COVID-19 and with the good intent of over 130 crore Indians, I am certain we will emerge a stronger, more conscious and compassionate nation," said Parekh in a statement.

"The HDFC management and all employees across the Group appreciate the steadfast efforts of all, and wish for India to emerge stronger and more resilient at the end of this crisis," he added. (ANI)

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