Contributions to ‘Bharat Ke Veer’ exempted from income tax: Said HM Rajnath Singh: You all may have heard of “Bharat Ke Veer” app which let the people contribute online for the soldiers who died in the war, or trying to protect the country. Overall, in this app, you all can donate the amount you want to donate and you all can make little help for the family of these soldiers. In short, you all can say that it is a very kind step by the government, and many other people including the Bollywood start Akshaya Kumar.
Well, now the reports are coming that the contributions to ‘Bharat Ke Veer’ have been exempted from income tax, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Thursday. As we said above that the ‘Bharat Ke Veer’ is a Union Home Ministry fund which helps families of paramilitary personnel who died fighting extremists. Overall, you all should know that it is a good thing you all can be a part of it.
Also, the reports are suggesting that trust was formed with actor Akshay Kumar and former national badminton player Pullela Gopichand as we told you above that among others. You all should “Ministry of finance @FinMinIndia has now given approval to @BharatKeVeer Trust under 80(G) which in effect means that all contributions to the trust will be exempted under the income tax.”
In short, you all can say that people can visit the mobile application or the website (bharatkeveer.gov.in) to make the donation. Also, they can download the app from the Playstore to make it work and we are so sure that you all are going to love the idea, at least now you all can help somebody somewhere who needs your help, and this isn’t a help, I think we all owe the dead soldier a bit.