Rajnath Singh Union home minister on Sunday lofted a website, described as a brainchild of film performer Akshay Kumar, to support donors contribute to families of paramilitary employees killed in the line of duty. Earlier, Arun Jaitley, the finance minister, has said that Aadhaar might become the individual identity card in the future, as a move that could replace the PAN, voter and ration cards.
Akshay Kumar was started at the launch of the website called ‘Bharat ke Veer’ or ‘India’s Bravehearts’ that will be controlled by State Bank of India and received on the server of the NIC (National Informatics Centre), said a CRPF statement. The function was operated on the valor day of the CRPF. The website can also be obtained through a mobile application.
Almost two months back, Kumar had engaged Union home secretary Rajiv Mehrishi and senior officers of the central paramilitary forces to attempt his duties to develop a web platform or mobile application for a batch of money for families of security personnel who get halted in the line of duty.
The website will render details of a verified bank account of a member of the former staff to those interested in donating whatever amount they can. The bank account details will remain on the application till the mind gets Rs 15 lakh.
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Conversing at the occasion, home minister Rajnath Singh said if a paramilitary jawan dies in action, the settlement to the family should not be less than Rs 1 crore. Praising the bravery of men in uniform, the home minister said they rescue even those who threw stones at them about rescue work conducted out by the CRPF, Army in Jammu and Kashmir. Due to paramilitary officials, as of now, the advantage from all sources, Centre and state governments and exgratia from the force comes to around Rs 60 lakh.
The home ministry also complimented Kumar for winning national award for the film “Rustom.” Kumar said his intention of getting a website made was to hire the entire 125 crore residents of the country with the personnel in uniform so that anyone could afford and feel proud by supporting the families of such troops.