Researcher Donates 110 Crores to Pulwama Attack Martyrs
Pulwama attack has left an unforgettable mark in the hearts of Indians. Every person is condemning joining hands with Pakistan in all possible ways.
On the other side, people are donating and giving financial support to the families of Martyrs all over India.
The biggest donation that has come under notice is 110 Crores! Murtaza A. Hamid is going to donate Rs 110 crores from his taxable income to the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund for the welfare of martyred CRPF soldiers.
Hamid is a Commerce graduate from the Government Commerce College, Kota and he was blind since birth. Currently, he is working as a researcher in Mumbai.
Recently, he wrote an e-mail to the PMO requesting an appointment to meet PM Narendra Modi and said that he decided to donate Rs 110 crores to the PM National Relief Fund.
"The inspiration to help and support those who lay down their lives for our motherland should be in the blood of every citizen of the country," Hamid said.
Hamid said that Pulwama attack kind of tragic incident should be prevented by checking them earlier.
He said that he has invented a ‘Fuel Burn Radiation Technology’ which can trace any vehicle without the use of a GPS device or camera, which could be helpful in such (Pulwama) cases. Hamid is 44-year old.