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  • 26 May 2021, The New Indian Express

Lalit Hotel group and Keshav Suri Foundation come together in Delhi to help frontline workers

While the COVID-19 pandemic has devastated all rungs of society, there are some demographics and communities more at risk than others, with fewer people to look out for them than the rest of us. While they may be ignored by authorities, individuals and organisations have stepped up to hold up the most downtrodden among us.

As the second wave of COVID-19 hit, the Lalit Hotel group and Keshav Suri Foundation (KSF) started a series of relief efforts to help out. Food and water distribution centres were set up outside leading hospitals across the Capital as well as other cities in the country where The Lalit has a presence.

The Lalit hotel group and the Keshav Suri Foundation (KSF) have undertaken a series of relief efforts to help those most in need


About The LaLiT Hotels

Headquartered in New Delhi, the company opened its first hotel here in 1988 under the dynamic leadership of Founder Chairman Mr. Lalit Suri, who spearheaded the Group’s unprecedented expansion plans.
Rapid expansion and consolidation of its leadership position continues under the enterprising stewardship of Dr. Jyotsna Suri, who took over as Chairperson & Managing Director in 2006.
All hotels within the group operated under the brand The Grand – Hotels, Palaces & Resorts. It was re-branded as ‘The LaLiT’ on November 19, 2008 as a tribute to the company’s Founder Chairman Mr. Lalit Suri.
The company offers twelve luxury Hotels, Places & Resorts and two mid market segment hotels under The LaLiT Traveller brand offering 2261 rooms.

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