Bharat Ke Veer Portal & App
“Bharat ke Veer” portal and app – help now online families of heroic martyrs.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh launched a new web portal with actor Akshay Kumar and a smartphone app called ‘Bharath ke Veer’ on the occasion of Veer Diwas. The bharatkeveer portal started for the families of Indian Armed Forces by the general public to help the martyrs to help financially. This website is managed by the Ministry of Home Affairs
Bharat Ke Veer Portal and App – (Bharatkeveer.gov.in)
This initiative will allow the donors to donate money to the families of paramilitary soldiers killed in the line of duty in the security of the citizens. Bharatkeveer is a government initiative with the National Informatics Center (NIC), and it is operated by State Bank of India. Anyone can donate Rs 15 lakh through ‘Veer of India’ web portal, which is already active but the smartphone app is not available yet.
Web portals and apps started by the Home Ministry to pay homage to brave-minded people who sacrificed their lives for the protection of their country and citizens.
The amount donated deposited in the account of the families of the soldiers of Central Armed Police force / Central Para Military Force and the ‘Veer’ of India can financially support the brave person of any choice.
Includes family from following the list of paramilitary forces undertaking ‘India’s Bravehearts’ portal.
Border Security Force (BSF)
Central Industrial Security Force (CISF)
Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF)
India – Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBP)
National Disaster Response Force (NDRF – India)
National Security Guard (NSG)
Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB)
Upon opening the website, a person can choose to donate a different soldier ‘Bharat Ke Veer’ or ‘Veer of India’.
How to donate online on India’s Bravehearts portal
To make online donations/contribution, you first need to visit India’s brave portal https://bharatkeveer.gov.in/
You will then need to click on the “Enter” button from the homepage.
On clicking on the Braveheart’s link, one page will appear displaying the list of killed soldiers. Anybody can choose from the list or search for a particular soldier. Search options include the name of the place of the military, country state, force, and place of a martyr.
Anyone can file the necessary details to donate in the “Bharat Ke Veer ” account. The donors will also be entitled to a certificate highlighting their work.
If you want to donate to “Veer Corpus of Bharat”, fill out the contribution of the details and amount shown in the form given below.
After subscription, anyone can download a certificate of their contribution by entering their e-mail id and phone number.
The amount donated through the brave warrior of India on the heroic portal of India deposited in the account of the operations of those Central Armed Police Force / Central Para Military Force soldiers.
The Home Ministry has recently prepared this website and app on the suggestion of Akshay Kumar. He had suggested the government that the online details of the armed forces personnel who were martyred during the deployment at the border or internal security should be public. With this help, any person will be able to help the martyr’s family.
On 11th March, Akshay Kumar had donated Rs. 9 lakhs to the families of 12 CRPF soldiers who were killed in the Naxalite attack in Chhattisgarh. After this, badminton player Saina Nehwal also donated 50 thousand rupees to each victim’s family.
Information about severely injured jaws
The official said that there is also a plan to provide information on the website of the seriously injured soldiers in the military operations so that interested donors can also provide medical assistance to them.
This corpus managed by a committee comprising of eminent persons and senior government officials. This committee will decide to distribute the money to the martyrs’ families according to their needs and needs. The idea of starting this initiative came in the mind of Akshay Kumar, three months ago & met Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi and suggested this idea. Akshay Kumar, whose father an Indian army officer, wanted to find a way for all the citizens of the country to help the families of deceased soldiers.
Reference and contact details
For more information go to https://bharatkeveer.gov.in/
Vijay Kumar, DIG (IT), CRPF people can contact here
Telephone number: 011-24361992
Mobile Number: 9432056000
E-mail id: firstname.lastname@example.org
The amount donated through Bharat’s heroic portal, bharatkeveer.gov.in, will be deposited in the account of the members of the Central Armed Police Force / Central Para Military Force soldiers.