Nation’s consumer durable major, LG Electronics India is going to celebrate the 69th Republic Year of the country, with the launch of the#KarSalaam initiative, dedicated to the Indian soldiers. The campaign invites the whole nation to come forward and send their wishes to the Indian Armed Forces. Last year also, LG Electronics India launched this campaign and contributed INR One crore to CRPF Welfare Fund. A Guinneess record was also made for "the longest line of sticky notes". These sticky notes were collected from across India where people wrote messages for the armed forces.
Through this initiave, LG will salute the soldiers’ spirit of selfless contribution and service towards the nation. Accordingly, the company will extend their support and solidarity to soldiers who play a great role in ensuring that they lead a fearless and good life in this country.
Commenting on the campaign Rahul Tayal- Director Corporate Marketing & Strategic Business said, "Last year response for Kar Salaam campaign was overwhelming. Continuing this great initiative, we would like to again invite people to express their feelings and gratitude for armed forces through digital and offline platforms. As a part of this nationwide campaign, LG Electronics will contribute a range of products to the martyrs’ families."
At the launch of this campaign, Mr. Amit Gujral, Head- Corporate Marketing LG Electronics India said, "We have received tremendous response for #KarSalaam last year, wherein it truely touched peoples’ hearts. This is a small step on behalf of LG for all those brave souls who are working extremely hard to keep our country and its citizens safe and secure. Kar Salaam is a platform to bring together the citizens of India to express their gratitude to our soldiers. The selfless devotion our armed forces calls for salutation and what could be a better occasion than this Republic Day. We invite everyone to pour their heart out and leave no barriers crossed to reach out to them. Let’s celebrate heroism, patriotism and a good life!#KarSalaam."