The COVID-19 has disrupted normal life and business in India and across the world. The need of the hour is to protect all sections of society in the country and to keep them safe and protected. In this challenging time to support the authorities and underprivileged, realty major DLF has contributed a sum of Rs 5 crores to the Chief Minister of Haryana’s relief fund. The Group also distributed 350 ration packets (including rice, pulses, flour) to the underprivileged people of Dalhuwal Village in Panchkula.In addition to that, DLF Foundation has also distributed ration packets to more than 15,000 families in Gurugram and Manesar. The food packs contained 5 kg of flour, 2 kg of rice, pulses, spices, salt and cooking oil. Apart from this, 50,000 face masks, 3 lakh gloves and sanitizers were also distributed among district authorities in Gurgaon. Along with that 25,000 face masks were given to Faridabad authorities for further distribution. DLF in coordination with the District Administration is also providing cooked meals to more than 60,000 migrant labourers in Gurugram and Manesar.DLF Foundation is working with its partners for the welfare of migrant workers. It is leveraging its reach through its presence in 24 cities. We are collaborating with various departments across the country to ensure that the underprivileged and migrant workers have food and essentials.We are grateful to all stakeholders who are working tirelessly and selflessly for the welfare and safety of our citizens in this hour of crisis. “We in DLF also feel that each Indian entity must whole-heartedly contribute in this national movement and challenge for India to emerge victorious, faced as we are with new hardships on the people of India and businesses together. DLF is fully committed to working with administrations in all the geographies that we operate in at present,” said DLF spokesperson.