Haryana pharmaceutical company gave a car to its employees as Diwali gift, watch video: The company director said that this gift is a reward for the hard work, honesty and reliability of the employees.
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The owner of a pharma company in Haryana has given a special gift to his employees on Diwali. ANI reports that MK Bhatia, owner of pharma company Mitskart, has given the keys of gleaming cars to 12 employees on Diwali. A video of giving car keys to employees has gone viral on social media.
While addressing the media, the owner of the pharma company, after giving the keys of the car to the employees, praised his team profusely. He also announced to give better rewards to the employees next year. According to reports, Bhatia started the company several years ago. Most of the employees who have been given car keys are associated with the company.
Started the company from a small office in 2015
Bhatia said that some time ago, when our team grew, I had said that you (all the employees) are our stars… Then we wanted employees to feel like celebrities. Every person is a famous person… I am no older than before; Rather, I have come here after facing many failures. Bhatia told that earlier there was a small office in Delhi, then another small office was opened in Chandigarh.
He said that the gifts are a reward for the hard work, honesty and trustworthiness of the employees towards the company. We have already given vehicles to twelve employees of the company. 38 more employees will soon be given car keys. Talking to ANI, an employee named Shilpa said that I have spent eight years here. I am very glad. Our director told me he wanted to gift his team a car when I arrived eight years ago. The dream has been fulfilled.
Director said- Some employees were surprised
Also, the director of MITS Healthcare said that one of the features of the pre-gift is that some employees do not even know how to drive. No one ever thought that the company would gift them a car. The awarded employees were surprised to receive this gift.
Diwali is a Hindu festival of lights. Its variations are also mentioned in different Indian religions. This festival symbolizes the victory of light over darkness and good over evil. Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, prosperity and beauty, and Ganesha, the god of success, are worshiped on Diwali. On the day of Diwali, people also give gifts to the gods to show their love, gratitude and devotion. Diwali will be celebrated this Sunday, 12th November.