Tejas Networks joins India’s battle against COVID-19- contributes Rs 51 Lacs

Tejas Networks announced that it has stepped forward to support the Government of Karnataka in the battle against COVID-19.

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Tejas Networks announced that it has stepped forward to support the Government of Karnataka’s ongoing relief efforts to tackle and contain the damage being caused by the novel Coronavirus outbreak.


Stepped forward to support to the Karnataka Govt. and The Akshaya Patra Foundation Bangalore:

The company donated Rs 11 Lacs to the Karnataka Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMRF) and Rs 40 Lacs to support The Akshaya Patra Foundation Bangalore, which runs the world’s largest mid-day meal program and is now providing food and ration as a part of our country’s COVID-19 relief efforts.

Sanjay Nayak, CEO & Managing Director of Tejas Networks said, “Our country is grappling with the biggest humanitarian crisis of our times.


We appreciate and support the outstanding work being done by our Government and other agencies in tackling this unprecedented situation. As a responsible organization, we are making our humble contribution to these disaster relief efforts.

Tejas Networks has supplied telecom equipment to all the major communication service providers, mission-critical government and defense networks. At this critical juncture, when the need for digital connectivity is critical, we are ensuring that we provide timely support to our customers so that businesses, government offices, hospitals, homes, and other essential services stay connected”.