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Hero MotoCorp donated 300 motor cycles and 600 helmets to UK government

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Hero MotoCorp donates 300 motorcycles, 600 helmets

Hero MotoCorp, India’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer, presented the Himalayan Eco Restoration, Biodiversity Conservation, and Livelihood Enhancement Society with 300 motorcycles and 600 helmets on Friday in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand. 
 
The programme is part of the company’s “Hero WeCare” Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) platform, and it aims to help forest department staff striving to maintain biological diversity in Uttarakhand‘s forests. The decision was made in light of Hero MotoCorp’s “unwavering commitment to the preservation of biological diversity under Project Hero Green Drive,” according to a statement released by the firm. 
 
Along with 600 helmets, Hero MotoCorp provided over 300 motorcycles, each with hooters, a spotlight, a leg guard, a helmet lock, and waterproof side bags. Forest guards and rangers will be able to conduct efficient active patrols in the forest thanks to these motorcycles, which will increase their mobility and allow them to keep an eye on poaching, illegal deforestation, forest fires, and the preservation of trees, forests, and wild animals.

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Subodh Uniyal, Minister of Forests, Language & Technical Education, Government of Uttarakhand, received the bikes from Bharatendu Kabi, Head Of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) & Corporate Communication. 
 
“We are grateful to Hero MotoCorp for pioneering this effort and cooperating with the Uttarakhand Forest Department,” Uniyal said, praising the initiative. This is an excellent example of a corporation partnering with a local forest authority to promote global ecological and sustainable growth, and I hope that additional corporations will be inspired by this collaboration and join us.” 
 
“Hero MotoCorp has always been committed to environmental conservation and biodiversity fostering,” Bharatendu Kabi, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Corporate Communication at Hero Motocorp, said. We value our cooperation with the state government of Uttarakhand, and we will continue to work together on a variety of initiatives to deepen it.” 
 
On the BSE, Hero MotoCorp’s shares rose 0.12% to Rs 2,599.60 a share in midday session on Friday.