Former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag has come Outside to offer Free education for children of all CRPF jawans martyred in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
Sehwag took to his official Twitter manage to announce the news. Sehwag Has a residential college in Jhajjar, Haryana.
Sehwag Tweeted, “Nothing we can do will be enough, but the least I can do is offer to take complete care of the education of the children of our brave CRPF jawans martyred in #Pulwama in my Sehwag International School @SehwagSchool , Jhajjar. Saubhagya hoga.”
A Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) convoy of 78 vehicles carrying 2,547 soldiers was attacked by a car bomb in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Thursday.
Over 40 CRPF jawans were killed, and lots of others were injured. This Is called the worst assault on Indian soldiers since Uri attack in 2016.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has stated that a strong-reply
Pakistan has said that the Indian government and media are connecting The strikes to the nation without any investigation.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the sacrifices of the Jawans wouldn’t go in vain and have given a free hand to safety forces.
India has ended the most favored nation status for Pakistan. India Might also hold the practice of talks between India and Pakistan over the Kartarpur corridor.
Donations Through Bharat Ke Veer
Over 80,000 persons have arrived forward to donate over Rs 20 personnel authorities said on Monday.
More than 40 troopers martyred and many more injured when an explosive-laden vehicle was rammed to a CRPF convoy in Pulwama on the Jammu-Srinagar street on February 14.
In April 2017 The Bharat ke Veer’ site and mobile application were launched by Honourable Home Minister Rajnath Singh. Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar was also deeply involved with the action.
A total of Rs 46 crore was gathered and mostly disbursed under the initiative into the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) troopers who lost their lives in terrorist attacks, the authorities said.
Technically supported by National Informatics Centre (NIC) and motivated by State Bank of India, the site and program allow anyone to financially help the brave hearts of the choice or contribute to a general corpus.
Someone can give a maximum of Rs 15 lakh to a single trooper or the next of kin.
When the amount exceeds Rs 15 lakh, the remaining of the money will shift towards the accounts of another trooper or the Bharat Ke Veer corpus.
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