New Delhi, April 4 (IANS) When the whole country is fighting the deadly coronavirus outbreak, two real estate companies of Noida have come forward and extended their support in this fight.
The National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO) has written to the Uttar Pradesh government saying that Supertech and the Antriksh India Group have offered their properties to establish quarantine centres.
According to the letter, Supertech has offered one tower in Supertech Upcountry at Yamuna Expressway where around a 350-400 bed quarantine centre can be established and the number can be increased as per the requirement. The Antriksh India Group has offered to establish a 100-bed quarantine centre in its Antriksh Golfview-1 at Sector 78 in Noida.
NAREDCO chairman R.K. Arora said the real estate sector stands with the government in this crisis situation and is ready to provide more facilities at the quarantine centres if needed.
He also donated Rs 10 lakh to the government to fight COVID-19.