HDFC Bank donated Rs 10 crore to Odisha CM’s Relief Fund, to restore 20 schools

Bhubaneswar: HDFC Bank doanted Rs 10 crore to Odisha CM’s Relief Fund . HDFC Bank announced that it will restore and repair 20 government schools in Odisha that were affected by cyclone Fani. This initiative is aimed to help restore normalcy for distressed school students in the cyclone-hit districts of Khurda, Puri and Cuttack.

The 20 schools will be finalised in consultation with the state government and the Bank’s local NGO partners will provide on-ground help with execution of the work.HDFC Bank is also working round-the-clock to restore banking services to normalcy. In order to further ease customer woes, the bank has also waived off penalties on late payments for Credit cards or on EMIs for Personal Loans, Business loans, Auto Loan, Two-wheeler loans, Agri loans, Business Banking Working capital and Consumer durable loans for the month of May. Cheque bounce charges on payment of these loans have also been waived, in addition to late payment charges on credit cards.

“HDFC Bank for joining our efforts for rebuilding CycloneFani ravaged Odisha. Urge all to bolster state’s relief and restoration efforts in the aftermath of cyclone,” says CM Naveen Patnaik.