Hero MotoCorp Hands Over Custom Destini 125 To Indian Army Soldiers

Saluting the exemplary grit and determination of Indian Army veterans, Hero MotoCorp,
the world’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles and scooters has handed over Hero
Destini 125 scooters to the soldiers who were disabled while in service.


These retro-fitted scooters were handed over to the soldiers here today in the presence
of Brigadier Sanatan Singh (VSM), Brigadier Vikas Bhardwaj of the Directorate of Indian
Army Veterans (DIAV) and Bharatendu Kabi, Head – Corporate Social Responsibility
(CSR) and Corporate Communication, Hero MotoCorp.

These retro-fitted Hero Destini 125 scooters are supported by two auxiliary wheels in the
rear – which has been customized to provide a safe and convenient riding experience.
The Company has already handed over these scooters to the soldiers of Indian Army
across Gujarat, Delhi-NCR, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh,
Jammu & Kashmir, Karnataka, Bihar, Maharashtra, Uttarakhand, Jharkhand, Himachal
Pradesh, Assam, and Kerala.


Bharatendu Kabi, Head – CSR, and Corporate Communication, Hero MotoCorp said,
“We are honoured and delighted to partner with the Directorate of Indian Army Veterans
in this noble cause. As part of the initiative under our CSR platform “Hero WeCare”, we are
glad to be able to extend mobility support to these Heroes. We have already handed over
more than 100 such retro-fitted Destini scooters to the soldiers in various states across the

Under its flagship CSR platform Hero We Care, Hero MotoCorp has been significantly
contributing towards building a Greener, Safer, and Equitable World. The company has
been at the forefront of environmental conservation, promoting and inculcating road safety
practices, and empowerment of young girls and women, specially-abled individuals and
the underprivileged sections of society.

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