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Heroes In Need

Hello everyone, from past couple of months we have gathered information about veterans who are facing financial crisis due to different reasons. Indian Armed Forces support their soldiers most of the times, the units take care of their brothers but sometime, some cases are out of their capacities.
After acknowledging the fact, we contacted several units and individuals to offer help through crowdfunding, this is the least we can do for the people who have gave their all for us.

We request you to donate as much as you even a single rupee will make a difference.

सभी को नमस्कार, पिछले कुछ महीनों से हमने उन दिग्गजों के बारे में जानकारी एकत्र की है जो विभिन्न कारणों से वित्तीय संकट का सामना कर रहे हैं। भारतीय सशस्त्र बल अपने सैनिकों का सबसे अधिक समर्थन करते हैं, इकाइयां अपने भाइयों की देखभाल करती हैं लेकिन कभी-कभी, कुछ मामले उनकी क्षमताओं से बाहर होते हैं। इस तथ्य को स्वीकार करने के बाद, हमने क्राउडफंडिंग के माध्यम से मदद की पेशकश करने के लिए कई इकाइयों और व्यक्तियों से संपर्क किया, यह कम से कम हम उन लोगों के लिए कर सकते हैं जिन्होंने हमारे लिए अपना सब कुछ दिया है।

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16th September 2020
Dear Supporters,

Our third beneficiary is Havaldar Maheshwar Singh (Retd), a 1971 war veteran of the Indian army. Maheshwar Singh served 20 lancer unit (72 Armoured Regt) of the Indian army that took part in the 1971 war with Pakistan. Today this war veteran is in a bad physical shape partly due to his old age and also because of financial issues. The reason we are doing this crowdfunding is to help this retired soldier, to support him with financial aid for his day to day medical needs as he cannot walk due to old age and second to help him service his dilapidated house. He left the army during a time when the pension was very less and that’s why we have decided to help him.






Dear Supporters,

Our third beneficiary is Havaldar Maheshwar Singh (Retd), a 1971 war veteran of the Indian army. Maheshwar Singh served 20 lancer unit (72 Armoured Regt) of the Indian army that took part in the 1971 war with Pakistan. Today this war veteran is in a bad physical shape partly due to his old age and also because of financial issues. The reason we are doing this crowdfunding is to help this retired soldier, to support him with financial aid for his day to day medical needs as he cannot walk due to old age and second to help him service his dilapidated house. He left the army during a time when the pension was very less and that’s why we have decided to help him.






15th September 2020
Dear Supporters,

Thank you all for your generous support.

As you all know Naik Bhagwan Singh met with an accident on 09 Nov 2018, which left him in almost a vegetative state. He is currently getting treated at Command Hospital, Bangalore. He is paraplegic below neck and requires continuous help even to carry out basic personal chores.

We have received a confirmation from the Special Forces Unit of The Army that Naik Bhagwan Singh served in the unit and was injured in 2018.

It is true that despite various relief measures under taken by the organizations for physical casualties, the financial assistance is less compared to the battle casualties. Often these individuals  and their families suffer deprivation in various walks of life due to inadequate funds. Currently, we are transferring around Rs.5,00,000 to his account and the same will be utilized for expenses related to the treatment, education of his son, and immediate family needs.

Donors will continue to receive regular updates on the campaign. Thank you for the support once again.
Dear Supporters,

Thank you all for your generous support.

As you all know Naik Bhagwan Singh met with an accident on 09 Nov 2018, which left him in almost a vegetative state. He is currently getting treated at Command Hospital, Bangalore. He is paraplegic below neck and requires continuous help even to carry out basic personal chores.

We have received a confirmation from the Special Forces Unit of The Army that Naik Bhagwan Singh served in the unit and was injured in 2018.

It is true that despite various relief measures under taken by the organizations for physical casualties, the financial assistance is less compared to the battle casualties. Often these individuals  and their families suffer deprivation in various walks of life due to inadequate funds. Currently, we are transferring around Rs.5,00,000 to his account and the same will be utilized for expenses related to the treatment, education of his son, and immediate family needs.

Donors will continue to receive regular updates on the campaign. Thank you for the support once again.
8th September 2020
Dear Supporters,

With your valuable support, Ujjwal, son of Retired Colonel Madhukar Prasad Sinha has received the motorised wheelchair. This has been possible only because of the amazing supporters who contributed. Thank you for your support.

Here are some photographs :) 










Dear Supporters,

With your valuable support, Ujjwal, son of Retired Colonel Madhukar Prasad Sinha has received the motorised wheelchair. This has been possible only because of the amazing supporters who contributed. Thank you for your support.

Here are some photographs :) 










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