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SIAM holds CSR conclave

09/01/2019 | Author: Autoguide | 0 Comments Back To Home   < Previous News   |   Next news >

The inaugural session

The Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) organised the third CSR conclave in New Delhi on December 19. The event witnessed the presence of dignitaries from the Government, automotive industry, and NGOs who came together to discuss the best approaches towards road safety and the importance of road safety programmes.
 
The inaugural session saw the participation of the Guest of Honour, Mr Abhay Damle, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways; Mr Taj Hasan, Special Commissioner – Traffic, Delhi Police; Mr Naveen Soni, Chairman, SIAM CSR Group and Vice-President, External Affairs, Toyota Kirloskar Motor and Mr Sushant Naik, Co-Chairman, SIAM CSR Group and National Head – Government Affairs, Tata Motors. 
 
In his welcome address, Mr Soni thanked the corporates and the NGOs who came forward to align themselves with the cause of road safety.
 
The guests of honour unveiled this year’s compendium which highlighted the key initiatives undertaken by all the members across India. 
 
The Chief Guest Mr Kailash Gahlot, Minister of Transport, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, focussed on the commitment of the road and transport authorities and stated, “We need to engage with stakeholders regularly. Delhi government is open to suggestions for improvement of the situations for both the pedestrians and the commuters.”
 
In the opening session, Mr Taj Hasan said, “Road safety is an output of overall traffic discipline scenario. We cannot think of road safety in isolation.” 
 
During the session, Mr Abhay Damle said, “The corporates should understand their responsibilities and there should be a proper mechanism to measure the impact of the initiatives taken by the Government, the corporates and the NGOs to promote road safety.”  
 
The conclave concluded with an award ceremony which also marked the first SIAM CSR awards. This was an initiative from SIAM to encourage more NGOs to participate in issues affecting the road safety. 
 

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