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Sunday, April 9, 2017

Path-breaking move by the Ministry of Home Affairs for the bravehearts of the Central Armed Police Forces

There would be naysayers who would spare no effort to look down upon this move, but to apolitical persons like us, this is one of the most path-breaking concepts brought about by the Central Government for brave-hearts of the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) the nation lost in the line of duty.

www.BharatKeVeer.gov.in is a website where any individual can contribute directly to the accounts of the kin of bravehearts of the CAPFs. The amount can either be contributed to the fund of the kin or to the “Bharat Ke Veer” corpus. A maximum contribution of Rupees Fifteen Lakhs can be made to the kin directly, and in case a higher contribution is made, then the amount over and above Rupees Fifteen Lakhs can be transferred to the corpus or to the account of the kin of another braveheart. 

The corpus would be managed by a committee of eminent personalities and senior government functionaries.

The concept is applicable to 8 CAPFs, including the Assam Rifles and National Security Guard.

Gratitude also goes out to Mr Akshay Kumar for his contribution to this cause and also to the leadership of CAPFs for strongly standing behind their men and women in uniform. 


Unknown said...

Any chance of shifting armed forces to MHA? They have consistently looked after their forces. Well done.

Unknown said...

Commendable efforts mooted by Mr Akshay Kumar and accepted by Central Govt . Can such a portal be launched by our defence min to our army matyers also

Anonymous said...

Good effort by CAPF ...way to go

harri said...

The concept is good but the site is still down. How long does it take to put up a site and why has the HM inaugurated a half baked site? Moreover, all photos, there are 3 of them, are of the Army, Navy and Air Force. Maybe they should put photos of their own, the CAPFs have enough of their own heroes. Why ask for donations on borrowed pride and glory?

Anonymous said...

Excellent Initiative, Armed forces can adopt this scheme. Many soldiers family might benefit from such initiatives.